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Progress through education; education 
through progress - these are two ideals 
sought by our generation as we 
endeavor to advance the intellectual 
potentials of our youth. Through the 
educational system of today, we attempt 
to reach ever-ascending heights of de- 
velopment in order to produce the alert 
minds, creative abilities and intellectual 
capabilities necessary to produce ac- 
complishments worthy of our past and 
essential to our future. Progressive de- 
velopment follows academic achieve- 
ment. By the application of knowledge 
and skill acquired through education, 



we are able to fulfill man's destiny to 
surge forward and upward. Our intel- 
lectual endeavors will be the launching 
pad for America's future successes. Sci- 
entific, social, and cultural advances, 
integral parts of any mobile society's 
hopes and dreams, can only be pro- 
duced by mature, highly developed 
minds. The achievement of our na- 
tion's noble purpose of world peace 
and enlightenment is thus inevitably 
linked with the progress of education - 
they will advance or stagnate inexo- 
rably together. 




WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 
WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 




Dedication 
Photographic Tour 
Faculty and Administration 
Staff" 

Graduates 

Curriculum 

Athletics 

Activities 

Index 



6,7 
8-15 
16-31 
32-35 
36-95 
96-115 
116-141 
142-173 
176 






DEDICATION 



On December 21, 1962, the new Wey- 
mouth High School was opened to the 
students for the first time. The exten- 
sive plans and construction of this 
building were culminated in the fulfill- 
ment of a much awaited promise, the 
promise of a, building erected for the 
continued improvement of education. 
We, the class of 1963, wish to convey 
our profound gratitude to the towns- 
people of Weymouth. As taxpayers, 
they have served as the constructors 
of our institutions, the builders of our 
youth. Through their support a dream 
of educational development has been 
realized. Without education, progress 
is impossible, for education is the in- 
dispensable step in the formation of 
ideas. It is therefore requisite that edu- 
cational methods be continually im- 
proved and expanded, in order that 
they might provide the full advantage 
for continued development of the in- 
quiring minds of today's youth. In 
our constantly changing world, and 
in the face of ideological strife, it has 
become even more essential that we 
prepare our youth mentally, physically 
and spiritually to carry out the enor- 
mous responsibilities of the adultworld. 
Therefore, we recognize the value, ma- 
terially and morally, of the new high 
school. Environment affects the work 
of students. With the introduction of 
modern architectural designing and the 
extension of classroom and school re- 
sources, individual achievement is ac- 
celerated; the students are inspired to 
continue in their endless search for 
knowledge. In acknowledgement of 
the immense contribution this new 
school will make to our future successes, 
we gratefully express our heartfelt 
thanks to the townspeople of Weymouth 
and dedicate to them this record of our 
apprenticeship. 




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IN THE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS 




The huge glass door of the new Wey- 
mouth High School opens on an arch- 
itectural panorama of beauty and util- 
ity. Color-splashed corridors lead the 
way to classrooms where long lines of 
windows brighten every room. The 
school stretches out on 12 different lev- 
els, rising by half flights of stairs. The 
audio-visual department has its own 
closed-circuit television studio, modern 
cameras, and recording equipment. The 
main gymnasium can easily be divided 
into two large basketball courts, and 
the auditorium of the new school repre- 
sents one sixth of the building. Behind 
the stage are sound-proof music halls. 



In the science department there are 
"laboratories of tomorrow." The vo- 
cational shops are lighted by saw teeth 
skylighting only, leaving the wall space 
free for machines and tools. One of the 
most beautiful rooms is the enormous 
cafeteria, a circular room surrounded 
by windows with ceiling beams striking 
out from the center dome like spokes 
on a wheel. In short, the finest facilities 
are offered to the students, promising 
them every opportunity to further their 
learning under the best of conditions. 
But wait - why not turn the page and 
see for yourself? 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY: 
PROGRESS 

THROUGH GUIDANCE 



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LEADERSHIP 



Able and consistent leadership, the es- 
sential ingredient in the success of any 
enterprise, is an infinitely more integral 
component in the educational process, 
whose most valued end product is the 
leadership potential it nurtures in its 
charges, tomorrow's citizens. Without 
the guiding, steadying influence of ad- 
ministrators dedicated to the develop- 



ment of intellectual, moral, and physi- 
cal strength and resource for our God 
and our country, no high school, re- 
gardless of the talent of its faculty or 
the scope of its physical plant, can long 
maintain its true course. Our continued 
success and achievement are the true 
criteria of our administrators. 




Wallace L. Whittle: 
Principal, Weymouth 
High School 




Ray C. Parker: 
Principal, Weymouth 
Vocational Technical 
High School 



INSTRUCTION 



Among the many facets of our educa- 
tion, the one which we perhaps take 
most for granted and for which we are 
most grateful is the faculty - a group of 
more than a hundred men and women 
from every social, cultural, and educa- 
tional level of American life, yet united 
by that intangible common bond of 
dedication to the enrichment of youth 



Frances G. Adams: French. 




Mary E.Arnold: Physical Edu- 
cation, Pep Club. 



Robert J. Bernath: Science. 




James F. Boland: Sheet Metal, 
Related Subjects. 




through education. "Bv their deeds ye 
shall know them" - and it is by their 
daily words and deeds of instruction, 
encouragement, guidance, and, yes, 
gentle chastisement that we have come 
to know and respect these people who 
have merited that grandest of titles - 
"teacher." 





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Pollyanna Andem: English. Re 
/lector Adviser, Creative Writ- 
ing. 



Edwin Beck. Jr.: Social Studies, 
Football. Basketball. Baseball. 



Lvnne M. Birlem: English. 



Margaret J. Brockman: Public 
Speaking. Dramatics. 



Edwin O. Burke: Orchestra Di 



rector 



Ernestine R. Canning: French 
Department Head. 



Joseph F. Carven, Jr.: Social 
Studies, Football. 



Jacqueline F. Chittenden: Com- 
mercial. 



Harold E. Clarke: Sheet Metal. 



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James R. Campbell: Chemistry. 



Fred P. Carlson: Carpentry. 



Frank N. Cavallo: Physical 
Education, Football. 



William E. Clancv: Social 
Studies. 





Robert W. Clarke: English. 



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John V. Collins: Graphic Arts. 



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Paul C. Cleaves: Director of 
Audio-Visual Aids. 



William L. Concannon: Social 
Studies. Law 



Anthony ('.. Cotugno: Spanish, 
Spanish (Huh. 



John K. Delahunt: Science. 



Madeline L. Cote: French, Lat- 



Virginia M. Cullity: Physical 
Kducation, Gym Team, Cheer- 
leaders. 



William A. Dempsey, Jr.: So- 
cial Studies, Tennis, Hockey. 



Louis R. DiMartinis: English. 




Rita M. Diment: Librarian. 



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Philip S. Dolan: Art, Campus 
and Reflector Art Advisor. 



Man' L. Doucette: Distributive 
Education. 



Melvin C. Dunn: GraphicArts. 



William A. Dwyer: Cabinet- 
making. 



Vincent J. DiSessa: Mechanical 
Drawing. 



Walter W. Donovan: Social 
Studies. 



Roger J. P. Dow: English. 



Richard B. Dwyer: English, 
Director of Senior Class Play. 



Edna S. English: French. 




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Alice K. Fay: Assistant Librar- 
ian, Commercial. 



John Fisher: Director of Phy- 
sical Education and Athletics. 
Head Coach of Football, Golf 
Coach. 



William A. Fletcher: Chemis- 
try. 



John T. Ghiorse: Science De- 
partment Head, Lab Assistants, 
Lecture Club. 



Miriam Gourlev: Sophomore 
Art. 







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Edward S. Ferguson: Driver 
Education, Mathematics. 



Edna G. Flaherty: Guidance. 



John T. Gannon: Latin. 



Marie K. Ghiorse: Guidance. 



Michael T. Gregory: Chemis- 
try. 



Walter C. Gutterson: Director 
of Guidance. 



Thomas F. Harrington: Guid- 



Philip W. Henley: Carpentry. 



Louise J. Hill: Commercial. 



Eleanor R. Howley: English. 




Olive E. Hackett: Commercial 
Department Head. 



Leo A. Hayes: Physical Edu- 
cation, Football. Baseball. 



John VV. Hill: Social Studies. 
Wrestling. 



Clement V. Horrigan: Eng- 
lish, Student Council Advisor. 



Man - T. Hoyle: School Nurs- 
es' Supervisor, Future Nurses' 
Club Advisor. 



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John E. Kearney: English, 
Campus Advisor. 



William M. Kearns: Mathe- 
matics, Basketball. 



Diane B. Keeports: Home Eco- 
nomics. 



George H. Klay: Drafting. 



William G. Kearns: Mathe- 
matics. 



Paul F. Keaveney: Chemistry. 



Susan E. Kelley: English. 



Margaret K. Langford: Com- 
mercial. 



William J. Longridge, Jr.: Eng- 
lish Department Head. 





Sally J. Levangie: Physical Edu- 



cation. 




Myrna L. MacFarlane: Com- 
mercial. 



Elizabeth L. MacGregor: Com- 
mercial. 



Otto H. Mahn: Civics, Guid- 
ance, Placement, Driver Edu- 
cation. 



Dorothy G. MacGregor: Com- 
mercial, F.B.L.A. Advisor, 
Guidance. 



Dorothy M. Magraw: Com- 
mercial, Junior, Moral and 
Spiritual Values Advisor. 




Rene E. Martin: French. 




Henry E. Marshman: Auto- 
motive Mechanics. 



Russell H. Mazzola: Mathe- 
matics, Football, Basketball. 



Louise B. Masters: Home Eco- 
nomics Department Head. 



George J. McCarthy: Reme- 
dial Work, Developmental 
Reading. 





Patricia G. McCarthy: Com- 
mercial, English. Social Stud- ' 

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Will iam J. McCarthy: Com- 
mercial. 



Brenda J. Meade: French. 
Spanish. 



Angelo P. Medici. Mathemat- 
ics. Social Studies. 



Jalmar N. Nelson: Carpentry. 
Related Subjects. 



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Helen M. Norris: Commercial. 
Senior Nominating Committee. 
Senior Class Advisor. Senior 
Secretaries. 



Eleanor F. Ritchie: English. 



Thomas J. Regan: Mathemat- 
ics. 



Velna A. Roberts: Commercial. 



Paul 0. Ritchie: Social Studies, 
Science. 

Eric A. Roy: English, Mathe- 
matics. 



Wilfred G. Roberts: Commer- 
cial. 

Evelyn Silvester: Design for 
Living, Director of Art. 



Bernard F. Ryder: Mathemat- 
ics. 

M. Carlton Storms: Physics, 
Debate Club. 



Sheldon G. Sternburg: Span- 
ish, Spanish Club. 



Richard L. Whitmore: Social 
Studies, Driver Education. 




Edwin C. Young: Automotive 
Mechanics. 



M . lean Young: Commercial. 



SERVICE 



The efficiency of a school as large and 
complex as ours depends in great meas- 
ure upon the support functions provid- 
ed by the various administrative of- 
fices and departments. Without consis- 
tent and dependable service, the educa- 
tional process could falter. That our 



school does operate so smoothly, even 
during such crises as the mid-year 
move to the new building, is high praise 
indeed to our behind-the-scenes stal- 
warts, the office staffs, who daily handle 
so many duties so well. 




Janet Eburn 
Secretary 
AV Department 




Doris Holbrook 
Secretary 
Athletic Office 




Marion Gerstel 
Assistant Secretary 
WVTHS 




Louise Lockwood 
Secretary 
WVTHS 



KEEPERS 

OF THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL 




Weymouth High School is fortunate 
indeed to have a staff of custodians 
who are both capable and friendly. 
While involved with the myriad duties 
necessary to keep our vast building 
gleaming and functional, they are al- 
ways ready with a smile and an assist 
whenever they are needed by faculty or 
students. In our constant efforts to put 
our best face forward, we owe much to 
Mr. Loud and his men, who contribute 
so much to the health and morale of 
all of us. 



Arthur Cicchese, Supervisor of Custodians 




Frank Bourdon, Alfred Cicchese, William Loud, Head Custodian; Archie Barker, Henry Marshall, Salvatore 
Abruzzese, Stephen Holt, William MacDonald, Charles Buder 



CATERERS TO THE INNER MAN 




Mrs. Ann Allen. Manager of Cafeteria Louise Courchene, Marv Phillips, Mildred Cavanaugh, Hazel Mill 




Every school day the patience, stam- 
ina, and skill of Our cafeteria's able 
cooks and servers are tested anew as 
two thousand hungry faculty, staff, and 
students descend for two hours in seem- 
ingly endless waves upon this belea- 
guered staff. And every day, led by 
Miss Watts and Mrs. Allen, these ca- 
pable people meet the invasion armed 
with a varied and pleasing menu which 
stems the onslaught until the next day. 
We shall always remember the friendly 
service we enjoyed there. 



Adeline Wolfe. Ethel Donovan. Marie Fernald, Winifred Williams, 
Marion MacKenzie, Molly Embree. Elizabeth Matheson, Lora Le- 



mieux. Ann Allen, Josephine Wheeler 




Marjorie Belcastro, Irma Serafini. Lucy Henry. Violet Payne. Angel- 
ina Scopa, Helen Keefe 



GRADUATES: 
PROGRESS 

THROUGH ACHIEVEMENTS 



CLASS OFFICERS 




Stephen Allison Man- Rose Allen 

President Vice President 



Since our educational system is design- 
ed to model the democratic way of life, 
each class annually chooses by free 
election members of the group to repre- 
sent it as its officers. These officers 
must fulfill many functions, both cere- 
monial and responsible, on behalf of 
their class. Many times the class is 




J. Elaine McClung Paula Kachadorian 

Treasurer Secretary 



judged by the officers it elects. It be- 
hooves each class, then, to elect as of- 
ficers individuals of the highest moral 
calibre, scholastic integrity, and per- 
sonal altruism, so that it will be ably 
represented. Our class, we are proud 
to note, has such officers. 




George Scioscia 
President 



Charles Melanson 
Vice President 



Edmund Sacchetti 
Secretary- Treasurer 




LOUIS ABRUZESE 

Louis.. .his wonderful sense of humor will 
aid him as a mechanical engineer.. .entrusted 
with the C.Y.O. treasury... how his sisters 
irritate him! 

H.R. Msngr. 10 



LAWRENCE ADAMS 

Larry... studious, conscientious, and straight- 
forward. ..hopes to become a lawyer. 

Debate Club 12 






STEPHEN' ADAMS 

Steve... we mav hear his voice on the radio 
or television some day.. .builds hi-fis and 
tape recorders. 

Chorus 10 





JOHN AHERN 

Jack. ..tall and blond. ..hopes to go into Busi- 
ness Administration or teaching.. .enjoys 
sports. 

Soph. Party Comm.; A.V. 10,11,12; Foot- 
ball 10; Basketball 10; Winter Track 11; 
Book Fair 10,11; Student Council Alternate 
10 



MARILYN AINSLIE 

Marilyn's future will be making women's 
hair attractive... girl with an infectious 
laugh. ..dislikes people who talk behind your 
back. 

Fashion Show 10 





GERALDINE AKUNEVICH 

Gerry. ..will brighten up the halls of anv hos- 
pital.. .her ability to make friends easily will 
help her become a successful nurse. 

Reflector 11; Debate Club 11; Chorus 10; 
F.N.A. 10,11,12; Pep Club 10; Honors 10,1 1 



MARY JANE ALLEN 

Mary Jane... sweet and sincere... a future medi- 
cal secretary... busy as a bee volunteering at 
South Shore Hospital. 

Honors 10, 11 





MARY ROSE ALLEN 

Mary. ..quiet, but cheery... hopes to become 
a medical secretary... participates in C.Y.O. 
and Sodality. ..pin-ball machines peeve her. 

Sr. Class Vice-Pres. 12; Campus Ed-in-Chief 
12; Student Council 11,12; Reflector 10; 
High Honors 10,11; Pep Club 11,12; Span- 
ish Club 12; Opening Ex. 10; Fashion Show 
10 




RICHARD ALEXANDRIAN 

Alex... is undecided whether to becomeasheet 
metal worker or enter the Marines... reveille 
won't get him up in the morning! 

Jr. Nom. Comm. 11; Student Council 11,12; 
Cafeteria Work 10,11; Track 10 



STEPHEN ALLISON 

Steve... friendly and sincere, is definitely as- 
sured of success in an engineering career... 
what bugs him? Why, women drivers, of 
course! 

Class Pres. 11,12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Jr. 
Party 11; Student Council 10,12; J. M.S. Y.C. 
10,11,12; Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10, 
11,12 




EVELYN ANDREWS 

Evelyn. ..a girl who likes to bowl and read, 
plans to become a beautician. 

Latin Certificate 10 





BARBARA ANGELL 

Valerie. .will be seen with a Steno pad and 
pencil in her hand soon. When not at work, 
she enjoys bowling. ..does not like to go out 
for Gym in cold weather. 

Honors 1 1 




WILLIAM ARMSTRONG 

Bill's future is literary, hopes to become a 
successful author . .strikes and spares are 
right down his alley. 

Track 10,11,12; Honors 11 



CORINNE AULD 

Connie... bubbling over with personality, as 
well as sincerity. ..will find success in her fu- 
ture as a psychiatrist.. .Vice-President of her 
Youth Group. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, Sec't. 12; Campus 12; Gym 
Team 11; Cheerleading 11,12; Latin Certif- 
icate 10,11; Pep Club 10; Honors 11, High 
Honors 10 



RITA AUCOIN 

Rita.. .petite and pretty , hopes to become a 
fashion designer... she dislikes school. 

Soph. Party 10; Jr. Party 11; Sr. Party 12; 
Library Club 12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 12; 
EB.L.A. 12 



LINDA AUSTIN 

Linda... petite and peppy, always adds life 
to any group... in her spare time, she partici- 
pates in basketball for her church team... 
she aspires to become a secretary or book- 
keeper. 

Sr. Prom. Comm. 12; Bowling 11; Miss 
Andem's Sec't.; Shorthand Certificate 60 





ANTHONY AVITABILE 

Soldering irons and snipping shears will be 
the tools of Tonv's trade.. .an avid sports 
fan. 

Soph. Party; Sr. Party; Student Government 
11,12; Honors 10,11; Office Guide 12; Jr. 
Usher, Open House 12 



WALTER AYLWARD 

Duke... a C.Y.O. boy, who also rebuilds 
cars.. .he hopes to be an electrician. ..women 
smokers peeve him. 

Open House 10.11.12 




CAROLYN BACK 

Carolyn. ..happy-go-lucky. ..an old pro at 
cheering and speedy on the typewriter.. .her 
future lies in a steno pad. 

Campus 12; Gym team 11,12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Cheerleading 11.12; Pep Club 11.12; Hon- 
ors 11; Shorthand Certificate 60; Mr. Ray- 
mond's Sec't; Grad. Dance Comm. 





MARY ELLEN BACON 

Mary Ellen... a member of C.Y.O. and the 
Sodality. ..it's a doctor's office or hospital 
for her.. .is there a handsome intern in sight? 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; EB.L.A. 11,12; Mr. 
Storm 's Sec't. 



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JON BAHRT 

Jon... a future aeronautical engineer.. .active 
in scouts.. .his hobbies are sailing and skin 
diving. 

Key Club 12; Cross Country 10; Tennis 11; 
Math Club 11; Honors 11 




SUZANNE BAILEY 

Suzanne... blonde and blue-eyed. ..always 
friendly. ..active in Rainbow. ..quiet now but 
loquacious later as a linguist. 

Soph. Norn. Comm.; Jr. Norn. Comm.; De- 
bate Club 11; Latin Certificate 10; Honors 
10,1 1; Cap and Cown Comm. 12 






JAMES BAIRD 

Steve.. .quiet and friendly, but ready for fun... 
quiet manner will aid him in his career of 
pulling teeth.. .is active in both De Molay 
and Youth Fellowship. 

Band 10 



ELLIOT BAKER 

Elliot.. .good-natured and carefree.. .will serve 
an electrician apprenticeship. ..don't say "Just 
a minute, please" to him! 

Chorus 11,12; Baseball 10,11; Honors 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 



MARY ANN BALONIS 

Mary Ann. ..amiable with her quick smile... 
will put to use her experience as a nurses' 
aid at W ry-Manor Nursing Home as a Li- 
censed Practical Nurse. 



DONALD BAKER 

Don. ..will be found under the hood of a 
car... dislikes possessive girls. 

Student Government 12; Open House 10, 
11,12 



ROBERT BAKER 

Randv... attended Notre Dame in Rome, It- 
aly before coming to Weymouth. ..hopes to 
entertain us as a comedian or an actor... 
President of N.A.S. and a member of a 
bowling league. 

Chorus 11,12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Band Man- 
ager 12; Basketball 11 




KATHLEEN BARCA 

Kathy... friendly with a quiet manner, as- 
pires to become a secretary. ..active inC.Y.O. 
Bowling League... homework especially irks 
her. 

Debate Club 11; Pep Club 12; Honors 10; 
Opening Exercises 12; Shorthand Certificate 
60 




GAIL BARNARD 

Gail. ..trip planners take notice., make your 
reservations through Gail. ..her friendly per- 
sonality is sure to be an asset to her. 

Pep Club 12 




JUDITH BARSTIS 

Judy. ..will have her eves looking towards 
the stars as a legal secretary at Smithsonian 
AstrophysicaJ Observatory. 

Shorthand Certificate 60.80; F.B.L.A. 12 



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CHERYL BARVENIK 

Cheryl's sketching talents may one day ap- 
pear in our newspapers or magazines... 
spends time raising show dogs and participa- 
ting in various kennel clubs. 



WILLIAM BEAN 

Jimmy. ..hopes to own cabinet shop after Air 
Force duty...untjl then can be seen playing 
basketball or working on his car. 

Cafeteria 10,11; Open House 10,11,12; Of- 
fice Cuide 12; Student Council 11,12 




MARILYN BEATRICE 

Marilyn ...a future French teacher. ..quiet and 
sure to succeed... is bothered bv people say- 
ing "huh". 

F.N. A. 10,11; F T. A. 12; Latin Certificate 
10,1 1; Pep Club 12; Honors 10,1 1 



BETTE BELCHER 

Bette...pert and peppy.. .looks forward to 
traveling around the world as an airline 
hostess. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Library Club 11; Chorus 
10; Pep Club 10; Honors 10,11; Campus 
Sec't. 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10. 



COLIN BELL 

Col in... practices the art of good sportsman- 
ship in church basketball and in baseball... 
desires to become a teacher. 

Key Club 12; Baseball 10,11,12; Spanish 
Club 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11 




ALAN BELCHER 

Alan... a future mechanic. .can be found be- 
hind the wheel of a go-cart. 

Band 10,11,12; Student Council 11; Student 
Government 12; Open House 10,1 1 ,12 



RAYMOND BELDING 

Ray. ..member of De Molay...will enter the 
world of Business Administration. 

Band 10; Track 10; Opening Exercises 10 



RICHARD BELL 

Dick. ..will use his printing training as a 
pressman... Vice-President of Weymouth Bi- 
ble Club. ..member of Naval Reserves... plays 
electric guitar for the Evangelaires Quartet. 

Open House 10,11,12 




PETER BENEDICT 

Pete.. .aiming for State Police.. .dislikes '55 
white Mercury Montclairs. 



LEO BENSON 

Lec.annoved bv people who leave unsign- 
ed notes in his desk... sees accounting in his 
future. 

Football 10; Baseball 10 




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JANICE BERARDINEI.LI 

Janice... a girl with an artistic flair... soon to 
become a commercial artist. 

Sr. Party Comm. 



JOHN BERGS 

John. ..plans to be an electrical engineer., 
likes sports, especially fishing. 

Soph. Nom. Comm. 10; Honors 10 




VVILBERT BERNARD 

Willie.. .seriously plans to become a priest., 
enjoys weightlifting in his spare time. 

Wrestling 12; Track 12 



JEAN BIRTWELL 

Birtie... happy-go-lucky. ..desires 
the first grade. 



to teach 



F.T.A. 11, Sec't. 12; Campus 12; Honors 
10,11; Cap and Gown Comm.: Jr. Party 
Comm.; Spanish Club 12; Pep Club 12; De- 
bate Club 1 1 




JOHN BLEAKNEY 

John. ..hopes to skyrocket to 'fame on the 
stage... active in C.Y.O... .dislikes 5th period. 

Dramatics and Speech 12 





CHERYLL BICKNELL 

Cheryll... style-conscious.. .when not busily 
working at a local store, can be seen danc- 
ing or swimming. ..planning a career in hair- 
dressing. 



FAY BISHOP 

Fay. ..quiet but friendly. .will be sure to please 
the patients as a registered nurse. 

F.N. A. 10,11,12; Pep Club 11; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 12 



EDWINA BOLEN 

Winnie.. .plans to enter Aquinas Secretarial 
School and to become a legal secretary... 
has traveled a great deal around the United 
States and Canada. 

F.B.LA. 11,12; Campus Sec't. 12 





JOHN BOLLE 

Look for Jack with draftsman's instruments 
in future years.. .enjoys working on cars... 
bowls in a league... irritated by tall girls. 

Office Guide 12; Open House 10,11,12; 
Track 11; Honors 11; Cafeteria Work 10, 
11,12; Student Council 11,12 



CLAIRE BONVIE 

Claire.. .her happy disposition will make her 
a winsome executive secretary... a C.Y.O. 
Member. ..dislikes having a licensewith noth- 
ing to drive. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10,11; Re- 
flector Adv. Staff 11; Library Club, Sec't- 
Treas. 11; Type Certificate 11; Mrs. Thom- 
as' Sec't. 




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DEWEY BORELLINI 

Husky Boris. ..an asset to our football 
team. ..desires someday to be a coach. 

Sr. Party Comm.; Football 10,11,12; Base- 
ball 10,11,12; Track 10,11. 




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SANDRA BOWLER 

Sandy. ..interested in other people.. .library 
assistant at Tuft's Library. ..wants to make 
other people's problems her problems as a 
Social Worker. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; High 
Honors 11; Honors 10; Pep Club 11; Re 
[lector H.R. Rep. 10,11; Spanish Club 12; 
H.R. Msngr. 11; Soph. Party Comm. 




RICHARD BOYD 

Dick. ..tall and sports-minded. .. soon toapply 
this athletic enthusiasm as a physical educa- 
tion teacher. ..an asset to the American Le- 
gion Baseball team. 

Baseball 10,11,12; Basketball 10,11,12. 



NORMA BRANN 

Norma... headed for hairdressing... belongs 
to C.Y.O.... likes ice-skating and wants to 
take vocational subjects. 



JANICE BRACKESY 

Janice... soon to be seen designing a display... 
member of C.Y.O. and Christian Doctrine... 
abhors being kept waiting. 

Library Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11,12; D.E.C.A. 
12. 




JUDITH BREWER 

Blonde and cute.. .an avid animal lover... 
plans a career as a veterinarian. ..has at- 
tended many dog shows with her toy poodle 
and German Shepherd. 

H.R. Msngr. 12 





LINDA BROAD FORD 

Enjovs being with people... will certainlv help 
them as a personnel worker.. .Linda dislikes 
unpatriotic people.. .an active member of her 
Pilgrim Fellowship. 

Opening Exercises 10; Campus 12; Jr. Nom. 
Comm.; Pep Club 11; Sr. Play Usherette 12 



CECILY BRUCE 

Cecily . .soon to be seen working in a beauty 
salon... cannot stand people who mispro- 
nounce her name. 




ARTHUR BUGBEE 

Art.. .likes to tinker with his cars. ..hopes to 
go to Wentworth and become an aeronau- 
tical maintenance engineer.. . despises thehigh 
cost of gasoline. 

Cross Countrv 12 





PATRICIA BULLIO 

Pat.. .yearns to be a secretary... can be seen 
at C.Y.O... .gossips should stand clear when 
Pat comes near. 



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JANICE BURFITT 

Jan. ..quiet and friendly... has a cute smile... 
will make many friends as a Medical Secre- 
tary. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Grad. Dance Comm. ;Pep Club 
10,11,12; H.R. Msngr. 10; Mr. Storms' 
Sec't. 





PATRICIA ANN BURGESS 

Pat.. .perky and talented. ..paints for pleasure 
now, but will use her talent later as a com- 
mercial artist.. .enjoys most sports. 





SYLVIA BURTON 

Sylvia. ..quiet and thoughtful... dislikes shy 
boys... transferred from Case High School 
in Swansea.. .microbes will be no mystery 
to her as a lab technician. 

Latin Club 10; Chorus 10; Pep Club 11 



STEPHEN BUTLER 

Steve... active in De Molay and Pilgrim Fel- 
lowship. ..will make his mark in the medical 
profession. ..dislikes hypocrisy in people. 

Sr. Norn. Comm.; Key Club 11,12; Presi- 
dent 12; Wrestling 11,12; Honors 10; High 
Honors 11 



KATHLEEN CALLAHAN 

Kathy.-.soon to be a hairdresser, has later 
plans in journalism. ..came from Florida in 
sophomore year. 

Library Club 12; Gym Team 11; Pep Club 
10,11; F.B.L.A. 11; H.R. Msngr. 10 



JOSEPH BUSA 

Joe.. .smart and sports-minded... aspires to 
become an electrical engineer after college. 

Hockey 10,11,12; Latin Certificate 10; Hon- 
ors 10 



PAUL CALDARONE 

Paul... a future slave to the T-square and 
drawing board. ..enjoys wrestling and swim- 
ming.. .dislikes tall girls. 

Honors 10,11; J.V. Hockey 10 



DIANNE CAMERON 

Dianne... friendly and ambitious. ..will be- 
come an Angel of Mercy. ..dislikes boys who 
show off. 

Future Nurses 10,11, Pres. 12; Pep Club 12; 
Mr. Regan's Sec't. 12; Fashion Show 10 





EDWARD CAMPBELL 

Ed... a future state policeman. ..active in both 
hockey and football. 

Wrestling 12 





GEORGE CAMPBELL 

George.. .quick with the quips... an enthusiast 
of skindiving, hunting, and fishing.. .will find 
his future in mechanical engineering. 

Wrestling 11 



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PAULINE CAMPBELL 

Polly., a solemn redhead. ..peeved by teach- 
ers telling her to smile . .likes to sew, swim, 
and bowl. ..will be a secretary after gradua- 
tion. 

F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Mahn's Sec't. 12 



NORMA CAM POT 

Norma. ..has received awards for dancing 
and basketball. ..trains girls for operating 
IBM machines, her future means of employ- 
ment. ..dislikes snobs. 




ANN CANNON 

Ann. ..quiet, with a ready smile.. .plans on 
becoming a private secretary. ..hates waiting 
for bus in the rain. 

Gym Team 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10,11; 
Mr. Mazzola's Sec't. 



ALLAN' CARLSON 

Al... personality plus and popular. ..will soon 
be found wearing the Air Force Blues. 

J.M.S.V. Comm. 10,11; Football 10,11; 
Baseball 10,11; Vice-Pres. of Jr. Class; Jr. 
I'artv; Jr. Nom. Comm. 



WILLIAM CARMICHAEL 

Bill, .full of fun and laughs, but serious 
about an engineering career.. .exasperated 
bv right-handed girls. 

Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 10.11; Football 
10; Baseball 10; Spring Track 11.12; Math 
Club 11 







ELIZABETH CAR ELI A 

Betty.. .an aspiring secretary, will gain many 
friends with her pleasant personality. ..you '11 
never catch her on the boss' knee when she 
has a cold... she is a sports enthusiast. 

Soph. Party 10; Gym Team 11,12; Honors 
10; High Honors 11; Shorthand Certificate 
60,80; Mr. Harrington's Sec't. 12. 



JANET CARLSON 

Jan. ..girl with the wonderful personality... 
plans to enter public relations. ..president of 
Teenage Vikings.. .active in Horizon Club, 
Rainbow. Beach Buggv Association. 
North Quincv High 10,11; Nat. Honor So- 
ciety 11; Basketball 10,11; Honors 10,11; 
Library Staff 10,11,12; Girls Club 10; Sci- 
ence Fair 11; Debate Club 10; Campus 
Feature Ed. 12; Pep Club 12. 



KATHLEEN CARROLL 

Kathy . full of energy and enthusiasm... 
wants to teach in an elementary school... 
bothered by people who giggle all the time. 

H.R. Messgr. 10; Pep Club 10,11; Gym 
Team 11; Cheerleading 11,12; F.T.A. 11, 
12; Spanish Club 12; H.R. Treasurer 12; 
Debate Clob 1 1 




ROBERT CARSON 

Bob. ..attended Milton High and Boston Eng- 
lish before coming to Wevmouth... enjoys 
karate and baseball. ..critics who do no h- 
ing about what thcv criticize peeve him. 

Bowling 10 



STEPHEN CARTER 

Steve... rebels against modern music. .likes 
to sing folk songs.. .plans on entering the 
field of medicine., dislikes homework. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11 




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DONALD CASAGRANDE 

Don. ..hopes (o attend the School of Practi- 
cal Arts in Boston. ..works fora shoemaker... 
likes all sports and modern music. 

WresUing 11,12; Cross Country 10,1 1 ; Win- 
ter Track 10,11 




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RICHARD CAVANAUGH 



Dick. ..hopes to become a state policeman 
in the future... is an active member of C.Y.O. 

Student Council 11; Student Government 
12; Open House 10; Basketball 10 




PAULA CHARPENTIER 

Paula.. .lured by far away places... wants to 
be a foreign trade secretary. ..corresponds 
with foreign students. 

Cafeteria Worker 10 



DAVID CHILDERS 

Dave.. .plans a career in the I.B.M. field... 
enjoys playing the coronet.. .is irked by peo- 
ple who complain. 

Chorus 10 





MARTIN CASEY 

Mike.. .president of his C.Y.O... .hopes to at- 
tend Brown University. ..will try to find time 
for sports while majoring in math. 

Soph. Norn. Comm. 10; J.M.S.V. Comm. 
10,11,12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Usher; Sr. 
Homeroom Treasurer 12; Spring Track 10. 
11,12; Math Club 11,12; Honors 10,11; 
Latin Cert. 10; Band 10; Basketball 10,11, 
12 






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PATRICIA CEURVELS 



"Bootsie"... plans on concentrating her ef- 
forts as a medical secretary. ..likes modern 
jazz. 

Pep Club 10; Sr. Prom. Comm. 



ROGER CHELLA 

Roger.. .enjoys football and listening to mod- 
ern music. .hopes to attend Wentworth In- 
stitute to become a draftsman. 

Football 10; Wrestling 12 



SANDRA CHIPMAN 

Sandy. ..bubbling with personality. ..will re- 
turn to her home state to major in foreign 
languages.. .hypocrites annoy her. 

Valencia High 10,11; Vice-Pres. Girl's 
League 10; Drama 10; American Field Serv- 
ice Comm. IT, Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 
12; F.T.A. 12 




MARILYN CHRISTIAN 

Marilyn.. .future co-ed ...active in church 
choir, Fellowship, and basketball. ..dislikes 
cliques. 

Chorus 10,11,12; F.T.A. 11,12; Pep Club 
12; Spanish Club 12 



DIANNE CLARK 

Dianne...a future assistant to Dr. Kildare, 
she works with handicapped children. ..she 
finds horseback riding enjoyable. ..slow walk- 
ers in the corridors peeve her. 

F.N. A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 




JUDITH CLARK 

Judy - active in church work... wants to be- 
come a secretary... dislikes "pokey people." 

Cafeteria Work 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10, 
11; Miss Flaherty's Sec't. 11,12; H.R. 
Msngr. 10.11; Shorthand Certificate 60,80 





WARREN CLARK 

Warren. ..an avid outdoorsman...soon will 
be seen in one of our state forests as a for- 
estry ranger. 

Wrestling Team 11,12 




REGINA CLARKE 

Rcgina... considerate and good-natured.. .her 
aim is to work with children and teach the 
first grade.. .loves Chopin and the blues and 
is active in scouting. 

Latin Certificate 10,11; Campus 11; Lit. Ed. 
12; Future Teachers 11, President 12; Jr. 
Nom. Comm.; Honors 10,11 



MARJORIE CLIFFORD 

Marge.. .her shining appearance will grace 
any office.. .her interest in music lies from 
Classical to Jazz. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12 






GREGORY COAD 

Greg. ..possessing a talent for both art and 
printing, hopes to become a printer. 

Student Council 10,11,12; Honors 10,11; 
Open House 10,11,12; School Emblem De- 
signer ( school artist) 12 



JANE COBBETT 

Janie...her spare time is spent playing the 
piano and planning her future at Emmanuel 
College where she hopes to prepare for sec- 
ondary education. ..vice-president of C.Y.O. 

Math Club 12, Sec't. 11; F.T.A. 11,12 



JESSIE COAKLEY 

Jessie.. .full of pep and vitality, hopes to at- 
tend stenotype school in Boston. ..participates 
in C.Y.O. and Girl's Club. ..peeved by snobs. 

Pep Club 11,12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 11,12 




SANDRA COLBY 

Sandv... would like to be a secretary imme- 
diately after graduation. ..enjoys ice skating. 

Shorthand Certificate 60.80 




ROBERT CONNOLLY 

Bob.. .plans to major in mathematics in col- 
lege.. .an asset to his C.Y.O. Basketball Team. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Math Club 12; Basket- 
ball 10; High Honors 10,11; Latin Certifi- 
cate 10,11 





ANNE CONNORS 

Whatever Anne decides to do in the future 
you can be sure her keen mind will aid her. 

Honors 10; Latin Certificate 10.11; H.R. 
Messgr. 10 



LESLIE COOK 

Les... likes the great outdoors and will be 
found conserv ing our forests... his great hate 
is a hypocrite. 

Track 10; Wrestling 11,12; Cross Country 
10; Honors 10 




LEON ICE CORDEIRO 

Lee... a sweet girl with a willing heart... wants 
to devote her time to Public Health after 
graduation from Fitchburg College. 

Future Nurses 10,11,12; Campus 11, Pho- 
tography Ed. 12; Gym Team 12; Debate 
Club 11, Corresp. Sec't. 12; Latin Certifi- 
cate 10; Honors 10,11 




RALPH CORMIER 

Ralph. ..will soon be in great demand in the 
field of business administration. ..likes to roll- 
er skate and bowl. 



GERRILYN CORSON 

Gerrie... always full of energy, especially while 
swimming or playing badminton. ..plans to 
go into accounting... dislikes people who 
break promises. 

Pep Club 12; Honors 10 





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PAUL COSGROVE 

Paul...a sportsminded bov, who plans on 
going to college.. .enjoys modern music... 
show-offs peeve him. 



MARCIA CRAFFEY 

Marcia... hopes to become a writer some- 
day... dislikes "conformists". 

Gym Club 12; Pep Club 12; Miss Vining's 
Sec't. 11,12; Mr. DiMartines' Sec't. 12; Jr. 
Party; Sr. Party; F.B.L.A. 12 



THOMAS COUGHLIN 

Skip... is contemplating a career in the for- 
eign service.. .he dislikes physics and is ac- 
tive in C.Y.O. 

Football 10; Cross Country 11; Winter 
Track 11; Key Club 12; Honors 10,11 



WILLIAM CRAWFORD 

Billy. ..enjoys sailing and motor boating... 
while in school he is annoyed by impatient 
Campus representatives.. .his ingenuity will 
be a great asset in the chemistry field. 




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RICHARD CROSBY 



Ruth.. .Business Administration is the goal 
for Ruth in the future.. .dislikes busy tele- 
phone lines. 

Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 12; Book Fair 
10 





Dick...a member of the Y.M.C.A. and active 
in sports... yearns for a career in the Navv 
where he can study meteorologv. 

Cross Country 10; D.E.C.A. 12 



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PETER CROSSMAN 

Pete... hopes to be a carpenter of the future... 
enjoys water sports... smokers peeve him. 

Student Government; Open House 10,11,12; 
Office Guide 12; Jr. Usher, Honors 10,11. 



DENISE CROZIER 

Denise...an active Rainbow girl. ..has a 
yearning for Business Administration after 
college... gripes about those dishes she must 
dry. 

Pep Club 12; Mr. Clancy's Sec't. 12 




ROBERT CUMMING 

Bob. ..quiet and conscientious, looks forward 
to an electrical engineeringcareer after study- 
ing at Tufts. ..he divides free time between 
after school job, L. R.Y., and radio and car 
repairing. 

Track 10; Math Club 11 



JOYCE CUNNINGHAM 

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Jovce... quiet, but cheerv, hopes to be found 
behind an I BM. machine... active in M.Y.F. 
and Rainbow. 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12 




CARLTON CUMMINGS 

Carl.. .likes sports and reading., his future 
lies in an Army career . .does not like people 
who glare over his shoulder. 



LAWRENCE CUNNINGHAM 

Larry. ..enjoys C.Y.O., Grange, football and 
baseball. ..happy to be away from his sisters 
in school.. .plans to be an electrical engineer. 

A.V. Club 12 



ANN CURRAN 

Ann. ..would like to enter Clerical School 
and become a bookkeeper.. .her pet peeve 
is two-faced people. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Gvm 
Team 12; H.R. Mesngr. 10; Pep Club 12 





DEAN CUSHING 

Dean. ..will soon be found at Northeastern 
where he hopes to major in Business Ad- 
ministration. ..he is active in DeMolay. 

Tennis 11,12; A.V. Club 10; Cap & Gown 
Comm. 12 




JEAN CUSH.MAN 

Jean. ..after graduation she would like to 
enter a secretarial position. 

Pep Club 11,12 



CYNTHIA DAKIN 

Cindv...says that teachers irritate her... we 
hope she can tolerate her teacher when she 
studies the I.B.M. machine. 




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DOLORES DALEY 



ROBERT DALRYMPLE 



Dee.. .dislikes slow people... will be a wel- 
come addition to a lawyer's office. 

Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party; 
J.M.S.V.C. 12; Library Club 11; Honors 
11; High Honors 10 



Bob... undecided as to his future career... 
considering sheet metal work, engineering, 
and the Marines.. .enjoys sports. 

Student Council 11; Open House 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 12; Honors 10,11 



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LESLIE DAME 

Les...with a bubbling personality, hopes to 
be a bookkeeper.. .cannot understand people 
who wear plaids with prints. 

Miss Andem's Sec't. 12; Pep Club 11,12; 
F.B.L.A.; Cafeteria Worker 11 





LINDA DAME 

Linda. .. her cheery disposition should bright- 
en any office... sinks baskets for her church 
team. ..loyal Rainbow Girl. ..South Shore De- 
Molay Sweetheart. 

Gym Team 12; F.B.L.A. 11; Cafeteria Work 
11; Pep Club 11,12 



STASIA DAMIECKI 

Stasia.. .a pjeasant girl, who, someday, will 
be a very competent office worker. 

Mr. Hill's Sec't. 12 



BERXICE DAXUBIO 

Bernie... would like to enter the retailing pro- 
fession... with her cheerful smile, she'll surely 
succeed. 

Sr. Party; D.E.C.A., reporter, Pep Club 10, 
11,12 




DAVID DANIEL 

Dave.. .a ready smile awaits anyjoke... plans 
to become a zoologist.. .bugged by teacher's 
pets. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Jr. Party; Reflector 12; 
Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10,12 



FREDERICK DARLING 

Rick...a little guy with a big ambition - 
medicine.. .active in C.Y.O. 

Student Council 11; Hockev 10,11,12; Hon- 
ors 10,11 





MARCUS DARR 

Marcus... a great practical joker.. .let's hope 
none of his jokes backfire on him when he's 
a chemist... is a member of DeMolay and 
Church Youth Group. 



ALBERT DAVISON 

Russ... plans to become an economist after 
college.. .is content bowling or plaving bask- 
etball. 

Debate Club 11; Pres. 12; Key Club 12; 
Latin Cert. 11; Math Club 11,12; Lab Assist- 
ant 11,12; Honors 10,11 




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MICHAEL DEADY 

Mike... en rolled in U.S. Naval Reserve... his 
future ambition is to become a successful 
bookkeeper. 




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JAMES DECOSTE 

Here. .looking forward to a career in biol- 
ogy. ..can be found lifting weights.. .is as 
quiet as he is strong. 

Wrestling 11,12 




GREGORY DELANEY 

Greg.. .his future lies in the automotive de- 
sign engineering field. ..in his spare time, he 
enjoys working on cars. 



JOHN DESMOND 

Des...sets his sights high. ..aspires to become 
a doctor. 

Cross Country 10; Wrestling 11 



JANICE DE YOUNG 

Jan. ..whether she chooses to become a secre- 
tary or a business teacher, she'll be a suc- 
cess. 

Jr. Norn. Comm. 11; Campus 12; F.N.A. 
10; Pep Club 11,12; Honors 10,11; Mr. 
Kearney's Sec't. 12; Graduation Dance 
Comm. 12; Open. Exer. 11; Shorthand Cert. 
80 



MICHAEL DELUCA 

Duke. ..while attending college, he will find 
an ambition worthy of him. ..perhaps be- 
coming a professional athlete. 

Baseball 10,11; Hockcv 10,11,12 



ALAN DEWAR 

Alan. ..his future lies in strikes and spares as 
he hopes to become a professional bowler... 
sharpens his skill by bowling in leagues. 

Football 10; Baseball 10,11; Winter Track 
11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Spring Track 
12 



DONNA DIGRAYIO 

Donna. ..in the future, she will be found at 
the controls of an I.B.M. machine. 

F.N.A. 10,11,12; Pep Club 10,11.12 




PATRICLA DINGWALL 



Pat... pert and pretty.. .will brighten up the 
corridors of many different hospitals. 

Campus 12; F.N.A. 10.11.12; Pep Club 11. 
12; Spanish Club 12 




ELIZABETH DOLBER 

Sophisticated Starr... headed for sure success 
as a French interpreter. 




Jr. Party 11; Campus 11; Debate Club; 
Corresponding sec. 11; Pep Club 10,11; 
Honors 10; Cap& Gown Comm. 12; Open- 
ing Exer. 10 



RICHARD DOLE 

Dick. ..will be a good addition to whatever 
field he decides to enter in the future.. .he 
can be found working at Whitey's Home 
Bakerv. 

Opening Exercises 11; Honors 10 





DAVID DONNELLAN 

Dave.. .wants to be an electrician. ..in his 
spare time, he will be found fishing or hunt- 
ing. 




ELLEN DONOVAN 

Ellen. ..hopes to add hair styling as one of 
her manv abilities. 

Jr. Norn. Comm.; EB.L.A. 11; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12 



JANICE DONOVAN 

Jan... a versatile gal from the 4H Saddle 
Club to twirling a baton... she hopes to at- 
tend college... people without manners peeve 
her. 

Reflector Rep. 10,12; Majorette 11; Mr. 
Turcotte's Sec't. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12 





ROBERT E. DONOVAN 

Bob... a swell guv, will be found in the field 
of medicine in the not so distant future. 

Debate Club 12; Key Club 12; A.V. Club 
10,11,12; Football 10; Latin Cert. 10; Math 
Club 12; Lab Assistant 11,12; Honors 10, 
11; Opening Ex. 11 



DAWN DOUGLAS 

Dawn...a future teacher.. .is Worthy Advisor 
of her Rainbow Assembly. 

F.T.A. 11,12; H.R. Mesngr 11; Pep Club 
11,12; Honors 10,11 



ROBERT P. DONOVAN 

Bob. ..a future engineer, plays hockey and 
C.Y.O. basketball in his spare time... dislikes 
having afternoon classes. 

Hockey 11,12 



CYNTHIA DOW 

Cindy. ..an active girl who yearns to be a 
secretary. ..does not like writing composi- 
tions. 

High Honors 10,11; Miss Nyes' Sec't. 12; 
Homeroom Treas. 12; Shorthand Cert. 11 



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WILLIAM DOWELL 

Bill.. .taking a sheetmetal course... hopes to 
use that training in the future.. .often works 
on cars. 




JAMES DOWGIALO 

Jim. ..he practices judo in his spare time... 
hopes to enter the field of politics. 

Debate Club 11.12; High Honors 10; Hon- 
ors 1 1 



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DIANA DOVVNEN 



INGRID DRAKE 



Diana...a member of Rainbow. ..wants to be 
a medical secretary. ..is bothered by people 
who say, "I don't know" 

Chorus 12; Pep Club 12 



Ingrid . tall, blonde and graceful. ..will be a 
very dedicated nurse.. .she can't stand to 
wait in a slow lunch line. 

Campus 12; F.N. A. 10,11,12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Chorus 10; Opening Exercises 11 



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MARILYN DRINAN 

Mai. ..a real blonde beauty. ..enjoys horse- 
back riding in her spare time... she plans on 
becoming a hairdresser.. .her pet peeve is 
extreme hairdos. 

Pep Club 10,11,12; Cheerleading 11; Latin 
Cert. 10; Honors 10 



DIANE DUDLEY 

Diane... sets her sights oft being a beauti- 
cian. ..she enjoys skating in her leisure time. 

Mr. Nelson's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 11 



VERNA DUFFY 

Verna... finds pleasure In raising animals 
and reading. ..hopes to be an R.N... .dislikes 
seeing boys in bermuda shorts. 

Opening Flxercises 1 1 





JOSEPH DUGUAY 

Joe.. .aspires to be a carpentry contractor... 
lifts weights at the Y.M.C.A. as well as box- 
ing and wrestling.. .is irritated by women 
behind the wheel. 



EDWARD DRYSDALE 

Fid. ..his interest is automobiles. ..spends his 
spare time working on cars, preparing for 
his career as an auto mechanic. 



MARY DUFFY 

Mary. ..desires to become a practical nurse, 
enjoys roller skating. 

D E C. A. 12; Fashion Show 10 



ANTHONY DUGUAY 

Tony. ..active in water skiing and bowling, 
plans on going into store management. 

D.E.C.A. Club 12; Cross Country 10 



SANDRA DUNN 

Sandv...cute and coy.. .enjoys roller skating 
and will look toward bookkeeping for the 
fu tu re. 



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ROBERT EATON 

Bob.. .enjoys flying. ..especially south of the 
border.. .an avid sports fan and stamp col- 
lector. 

Football 10,11,12 




LINDA EDMONDSON 

Linda. ..short and cute.. .hopes to become a 
successful I.B.M. operator some day... she 
is an avid roller skater. 

Jr. Nom. Comm. 11; Honors 10,11; H.R. 
Mesngr. 10 



ROBERT ELDER 

Bob.. .tall and good looking.. .will spend his 
future time in an office as a business mana- 
ger. 

D.E.C.A.; A.V. Club 10,11; Football 10,11; 
Jr. Nom. Comm. 



LORRAINE EMANUEL 

Lorraine... sweet and very pretty... will grace 
any classroom. ..a member of Rainbow. 

Campus 12; F T. A. 11,12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 
12; Pep Club 11,12 




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ADRIAN ECK BERG 

Adrian...a smart boy, who plans on be - 
coming an electronics engineer.. .he is a mem- 
ber of Y.G.F. 

Math Club 12; Lab Assistant 12; Honors 
10; High Honors 11 






PETER EDMONDSON 

Pete.. .soon will be seen flying above the 
clouds while wearing the Air Force Blues... 
enjoys hockey and "scuba" diving. 



RICHARD ELLIOT 

Dick..."Buenas Dias!"...a common expres- 
sion to any future Spanish teacher.. .a mem- 
ber of Weymouth Junior Hockey League. 

Hockey 10,11,12; Soph. Nom. Comm. 10; 
Honors 10; Baseball 10; Football 10 



GUY EVANS 

Guy. . headed for an Air Force career.. .a 
member of C.Y.O. and an avid sports fan. 

Sr. Party Comm. 12; Spring Football 12 




HELEN FABYAN 

Helen.. .sweet and sunny disposition future 
"angel of mercy".. .dislikes people who make 
fun of others. 

Student Council 10; F.N.A. 10,11,12; Soph. 
Party; Chorus 11; Sr. Prom. Comm.; Dram. 
12; H.R. Mesngr. 11 



JANICE FABYAN 

Janice.. .President of the 4-H Saddle Club... 
enjoys horseback riding and jumping... a 
high position in the secretarial field will be 
an easy hurdle for her. 

Reflector Sec't. 12; Grad. Dance Comm.; 
Jr. Party; F.B.L.A. 12 




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WILLIAM FACELLA 

Bill. ..his present auto repair course may be 
an influence on his undecided future... morn- 
ings he can't see eye to eye. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Student Council 11,12; 
Cafeteria Work 10,11; Track 10 





PATRICIA FAGAN 

Pat.. .always cheery. ..don't keep her waiting 
though. ..will surely be famous as a profes- 
sional ice skater. 

Pep Club 11; H.R. Mesngr. 10; Chorus 10; 
Mr. Chissher's Sec't. 12 



THOMAS FARMER 

Tommy. ..an all around fellow. ..carpentry is 
his future goal. 

Football 11; Open House 10,11,12; Sr. 
Party; Reflector 12; Office Guide 12; W.V.S. 
Bowling League 1 1 




FRANCELINE FAY 

Francelinc.a future surgical nurse.. .enjoys 
horseback riding, swimming, and skiing in 
her spare time. 

Girls' Softball 11 




JUDITH FAGAN 

Judy. ..President of the Good Counsel Club... 
handsome interns will be glad to hold any 
door for her while she carries out her nurs- 
ing duties. 

Honors 11; F.N. A. 10,11,12 



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PETER FALARDEAU 

Pete.. .loves to sail and swim in the sea... his 
Distributive Education course will lead him 
into store management. 

D.E.C.A. 12; Audio Visual 11 



RICHARD FASCI 

Dick. ..plans on a career in sheet metal. ..can 
usually be found working on his car.. .pet 
peeve is blondes. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Three Merit 
Awards; Reflector 1 1 



BEVERLY FERRANTE 

Bev... bubbling personality. ..active in her 
church... at home while horseback riding or 
skiing. ..hopes to b come a doctor. 

Honors 10; Reflector 11 ,12; Dram. 12; Cam- 
pus 10; Soph. Party; Jr. Party; Sr. Party; 
F.N.A. 11,12; Gym Team 10,11; Debate 
Club 12; Pep Club 11,12; H.R. Mesngr. 10; 
Opening Ex. 12 





BARBARA FERULLO 

Barbara.. .includes bookkeeping in her future 
plans.. .enjoys basketball and Softball... she 
is peeved by homework. 

F.B.LA. 12 




SUSAN FICKETT 

Susan... a very smart girl. ..sure to be a suc- 
cess as a doctor... enjoys playing the organ. 

High Honors 10,11; Latin Certificate 10,11; 
Reflector Lit. Staff 10,11,12; F.N.A. 12; 
Math Club 11: Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



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MARILYN FIELD 

Marilyn.. .a Rainbow Girl. ..will be successful 
as a secretary... is peeved by people who are 
always late. 

Chorus 11: Pep Club 11.12 




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WILLIAM FILLINGIM 

Bill.. .his future plans include becoming an 
architect. .is an active member of the Ex- 
plorers. 



Library Club 12; Math Club 




AXNE FINCH 

Anne.. .talented in art. .fashion designing is 
her future career.. .dislikes indifferent people. 

Art Co-Editor of Reflector 12; Debate Club 
11.12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 



EUNICE FITZGIBBON 

Eunice.. .a member of C.Y.O.... hopes to be- 
come a secretary... is peeved by people wear- 
ing checks and plaids together. 





KEVIN FITZMAURICE 

Call Kevin if you have any troublewith vour 
plumbing in the future.. .enjoys baseball. ..is 
an active member of C.Y.O....is peeved by 
women drivers. 



WILLIAM FITZMAURICE 

Bill.. .future will be on a Naval Carrier.. .is a 
member of C.Y.O.... enjoys baseball and 
hockey. ..doesn't appreciate women drivers. 

Open House 10,11,12 




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GAIL FLETCHER 

Gail... a future secretary. ..enjoys activities 
such as bowling and ice skating. 

F.B.L.A. 10; Pep Club 10 



WILLIAM FOLEY 

Bill.. .an exceptional baseball player with a 
winning personality. ..wouldn't be at all sur- 
prised to see "Wild Bill" pitching in the 
major leagues. 

Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10,11,12; Bas- 
ketball 10; Sr. Prom. Comm. 



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CHARLES FORBES 



Dave., enjoys playing the drums.. .hopes to 
enter the printing field... conceited girls both- 
er him. 

Open House 10,11.12; Honors 10.11 




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Charlie... will be seen traveling around the 
world in a sports car.. .enjoys cars and me- 
chanics. 



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JAMES FORD 

Jim... a future mechanical engineer... a mem- 
ber of DeMolay...is peeved by English es- 
says. 

Key Club 12; Honors 10,11; Band 10 



SANDRA FORD 

Sandy. ..small and quiet.. .will make her boss 
a fine steno-typist... dislikes people who never 
come on time. 




WARREN FORD 

Doc. .is headed for a career in teaching... 
likes all sports and is active in his church 
youth group. 

Honors 10,11; Debate Club 12; Key Club 
12 



NORMAN FORSYTHE 

Norman.. .President of Pilgrim Fellowship... 
plans on being an accountant.. .enjoys bas- 
ketball. 

Golf Team 11; Student Council 12; Debate 
Club 11; High Honors 10.11 



SANDRA FRAZER 

Sandy. ..demure and attractive.. .hopes her fu- 
ture will be with bobby pins and hair dry- 
ers. ..member of Rainbow. 

Sr. Usherette 12; Fashion Show 10.11; Pep 
Club 10 




VINCENT FORGIONE 

Vin...will be seen dressed In the Navy blue., 
enjoys golf and working on cars. 



CAROLYN FOSTER 

Carolyn... treasurer of the Weymouth Bible 
Club. ..plans on becoming a teacher... people 
who gossip peeve her. 

Reflector 10,11,12; Chorus 10,11; F.T.A. 
12; Pep Club 11,12; Honors 10 



DONNA FUCCI 

Donna.. .a career minded girl with beautiful 
dark hair.. .an avid twist fan. 

F.B.L.A., Vice-Pres. 12: Gym Team 12; 
D.E.C.A. 12; Type Cert. 11; Mrs. Cote's 
Sec't. 12; Pep Club 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; 
Shorthand Cert. 80 




STEPHANIE GAGNE 

Stephanie.. .her sparkling smile and sweet 
manner will aid her as a beautician. ..in her 
spare time, she participates in C.Y.O.... con- 
ceited people irk her. 

Gym Team 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10 



MARCIA GALLANT 

Marcia...a working girl in her spare time... 
plans to attend Business school after gradua- 
tion. 




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JOYCE GARDNER 

Joyce... a Rainbow girl, who is extremely 
artistic... her future lies in the field of art., 
she has attended classes at Massachusetts 
Art. 

Campus 11,12; Sr. Prom. Comm. 



JAMES GARRISON 

Jim. ..an active sportsman who will someday 
be a lawyer trying important cases. 

Soph. Nom. Comm.; Jr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; Basketball 10; Track 10,11 



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LINDA GAUDREAU 

Butch. ..personality plus. ..is headed for a 
career in dental hygiene.. .where there's a 
crowd and laughter, you'll find Linda in the 
middle. 

Campus 11, Sales Ed. 12; Pep Club 11, 
Pres. 12; Student Council Alternate 12; Cap 
& Gown Comm. 12; Reflector Adver. Staff 
11; Jr. Nom. Comm.; F.N.A. 11; Honors 
10; Softball 11 





JOAN GEFFERS 

Joan... a pleasant, straight-forward girl... 
hopes to soon grace the classroom of some 
lucky pupils. 

Graduation Dance Comm.; Reflector Ad- 
ver. Staff 11; Pep Club 10,11,12; F.N.A. 10 



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KAREN GELOTTE 

Karen. ..sincerity and personality will make 
her a favorite with her students... Worthy 
Advisor of her Rainbow Assembly. 



Student Council 11, Corres. Sec't. 12; Cam- 
pus 11, Copy Ed. 12; J.M.S.V. Comm. 10, 
11,12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom. Comm.; 
Pep Club 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10,11; 
Honors 10,11; D.A. R. Award 12 



JOHN GERRISH 

John. ..has an artistic flair and hopes to 
further himself in the world of art.. .perhaps 
his works will be famous one dav. 




ROBERT GEORGE 

Bob... always ready for fun and a good 
time. Bob can be serious too. ..plans a ca- 
reer in the Air Force after college. 

Football 10,11,12; Winter Track 11,12; 
Spring Track 11,12; Baseball 10 



CAROL GIBSON 

In the future, Carol will be seen as a medical 
secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11,12; H.R. Mesngr. 12; Pep Club 
12; Library Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80; Mrs. Diment and Mrs. Brockman's 
Sec't. 12; High Honors 10.11 




MARCIA GIVEN 

Marcia... Rainbow and Youth for Lodge oc- 
cupy much of her time.. .accounting has a 
place in her future. 

Chorus 10,11,12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 
12; H.R. Treas. 12; Honors 11 



DOUGLAS GLEASON 

Doug.. .a future engineer.. .enjoys bowling 
and swimming. 

Band 10,11; Cross Country- 12; Honors 10 




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MARY LOU GLYNN 

Mary. ..an avid sports fan whose future am- 
bition is in the I.B.M. field. ..people who 
probe for the truth irk her. 

Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12; Jr. Party; Li- 
brary Club 11,12; Fashion Show 10,11,12 






WILLIAM GOULD 

Bill. ..plans to go to college, then to take his 
place in the business world. ..he is a member 
of Chi-Rho and participates in the Chi-Rho 
Bowling League. 

Baseball 10,11; Hockey 10.11 



JOHN GOUTHRO 

John... will apply his background as an off- 
set lithographer.. .he enjoys sports, including 
football, baseball, and basketball, and plays 
the trumpet. 

Open House 10,11,12; Winter Track 12; 
Cross Country 12; Spring Track 11.12 



DEBORAH GRASSICK 

Debbv...is at home on the back of a horse 
or on the tennis court.. .a career in home 
economics is heading her way. 

F.B.L.A. 11,12; Gym Team 11; Creative 
Writing 11 




PAUL GLYNN 

Paul. ..would like to enter diesel engineering 
in the future.. .enjoys working with cars... 
people who say, "It's good enough" peeve 
him. 



WINSOR GOULD 

Winsor . his future implements will be ham- 
mer and nails while he works as a carpen- 
ter.. .enjoys hockey and boating. ..very irri- 
tated by girls that smoke. 

Open House 10 



DIANE GRASSIA 

Diane.. .lively and full of fun. ..never a dull 
moment when she's around. ..especially 
peeved by snobby boys. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 10,11,12 



ROBERT GRASSICK 

Bob. ..hopes to be a printer and perhaps 
enter the Air Force., he enjoys many out- 
door sports.. .is a Y.M.C.A. life saver. 

Open House 10,11,12 






GERALD GRASSO 

Jerry. ..his future lies behind a stethoscope... 
belongs to his C.Y.O....pet peeve is people 
who try to squeeze through onedouble-door. 

Key Club 12 




NANCY GRAY 

Nancy.. .quiet and hopes to become a book- 
keeper... belongs to Rainbow. ..uses her spare 
time by bowling and dancing. 



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PHILIP GRIDLEY 

Phil. ..cute and collegiate... desires to work in 
some field of oceanography. 

A.V. Club 10,11; Cross Country 10; Spring 
Track; Debate Club 12; Cap & Gown 
Comm.; Spanish Club 12; Wrestling 12; 
Spring Track 12 





ARTHUR GRIFFIN 

Art... a DeMolay boy and amateur photog- 
rapher.. .seems to be heading for a career 
along the photography lines. 

A.V. Club 10,11 12; Photography for Voca- 
tional School 




LESLIE GRIFFIN 

Leslie.. .a future Angel of Mercy... is president 
of her C.Y.O....she enjoys bowling and ice 
skating... alarm clocks irritate her. 

Mr. Perry's Sec't. 12; Fashion Show 10,11, 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; F.N. A. 10,11, 
Treas. 12; Health Office Assn. 1 1 ; First Aid 
Cert. 11; Opening Exer. 11; Soph. Nom. 
Comm. 



SANDRA GROGAN 

Sandy. ..tiny, with a knack for making 
friends. ..will prove to be a success as a hair- 
dresser.. .actively supports her C.Y.O. 

Mr. Whitmore's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Honors 10 



RICHARD GRILLO 

Dick. ..headed for a career in mathematics... 
has no patience with people who say "I'm 
sorry." 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10; Spring 
Track 10; Honors 10; Latin Certificate 10 



WAYNE GUILIANI 

Wayne.. .participates actively in many sports 
in school as well as out.. .hopes to be a po- 
liceman in the near future. 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10; Spring 
Track 10 






PAUL GUSTAFSON 

Paul. ..looks forward to traveling and plans 
to "see the world." 

D.E.C.A. 



FRANCES HALEY 

Fran... a future hair teaser, who enjoys swim- 
ming, bowling, and dancing.. .detests home- 
work. 





THOMAS HALL 

Someday, we'll see "Tucker's" smiling face 
on political posters.. .transferred from Mep- 
ham High School, Long Island, N.Y. 

Latin Club Pres. 11; Creative Writing 10,1 1; 
Varsity Track 10,11; Student Council 11; 
Winter Track 12; Spring Track 12; Lab 
Assistant 12 




EDWARD HANCHAY 

Ned. ..hopes to lay his future plans in col- 
lege... a talented musician. ..relaxes while skin- 
diving. 

Band 10.11.12; Honors 11 



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ROGER HANSON 

Energetic Roger should be a success in any 
biology lab. ..his spirit is an asset to his 
church basketball team, youth group and 
DeM olay. 

Debate Club 12; Key Club 11,12; Basket- 
ball 10,11; Honors 10,11 



JOYCE HARRINGTON 

With Joyce's great sense ofhumorshe should 
keep her future pupils wide awake with 
laughter.. .very active in Drum and Bugle 

Corps. 

Campus 12; Student Council 10,11; Sr. Par- 
ty; Jr. Party; F.T.A. 11,12; Pep Club 10.11, 
12; Gym Team 12; F.N. A. 10 




JUDITH HARRINGTON 

Future years will find Judy applying her 
secretarial skills in a courtroom. ..irked by 
pseudo- intellectual people. 

Type Certificate 11; H.R. Treasurer 12; 
Mr. Ryder's Sec't. 12 





MARY ANNE HART 

Mary Anne's personality will add a happy 
air to any Junior College.. .struts with the 
Cambridge Caballeros... doesn't like to get 
up in the morning. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 12; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 12 



CHRISTOPHER HARTLEY 

Chris.. .heading lor prep school next year., 
states his pet peeve as "school." 

Soph. Party; Football 10; Baseball 10; 
Golf Team 1 1; Cap & Gown Comm. 





SANDRA HARVEY 

Sandy... a business course student whohopes 
to further her training at a business school... 
she is active on the Chi-Rho Basketball 
Team. 

Gym Team 1 1 



JUDITH II A WES 

Judy. ..who Is quite the Softball player . .will 
make an excellent hairdresser someday... 
peeved by her brother. 

Mrs. Masters' Sec't. 12 





SANDRA HAYWARD 

Sandra. ..her future field will be crime detec- 
tion as she hopes to be a special agent in the 
police force.. .she is irritated by prejudiced 
people. 

Sr. Play Usherette 12; Intramurals 10 




FREDERICK HEBERT 

Fred. ..after a brief stay at college will be 
found behind a desk in a plush office , he 
abhors detention. 



JUDITH HICKEY 

Judy. ..plans on being a future elementary 
teacher... an active member of C.Y.O.... bowl- 
ing gets her o.k. 

Sr. Norn. Comm. 12; F.T.A. 11,12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 12; Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 12 




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JOAN HILBERT 

joan... quiet and personable.. .will be a pleas- 
ant addition to any medical office... dislikes 
waiting for people... active in C.Y.O. 

Archbishop Williams 10; Latin Certificate 10; 
Pep Club 11; Sr. Prom. Comm. 12; Spanish 
Club 12 



DIANA HILLYER 

Diana... member of C.YO... .dislikes con- 
ceited girls.. .hopes to become an I.B.M. 
operator. 

Pep Club 10,11 




SHERRYLEE HIX 

Sherrvlee...a lover of sleep. ..active in 
C.Y.O... .is a volunteer at the South Shore 
Hospital. ..hairdressing can be seen in her 
future. 

Pep Club 11 





WILLIAM HODGENS 

Bill. ..will keep the class honest as an F.B.I, 
agent.. .member of various bands. 

Football 10; Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 10, 
11,12; Chorus 12 



JOAN HOLLOWAY 

Joan. ..quiet blond. ..makes her own clothes 
and keeps up with the latest fashions.. .will 
take her place as a secretary. 

Miss Ghiorse's Sec't. 12 



LINDA HOLT 

Linda. ..planning to be a Christian Education 
Director.. .getting practice now as a Sunday 
School teacher and Assistant Camp Fire 
Girls' leader. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 
12; Honors 10,11; Cafeteria Work 10 







JOHN HOLMES 

John. ..sees his future as an auto mechanic... 
he is active in C.Y.O.. ..tall, conceited girls 
irritate him. 

Open House 11,12 



ARTHUR HOMMEL 

A good natured guy with abiggrin.. .'"Irish'" 
never misses a chance to joke around... 
seriouslv minded about the future, though... 
plans his career as an engineer. 

Spring Track 10; Cross Country 10: Sr. 
Party 




MICHAEL HORVATH 

Mike.. .wants to work with engines in the 
United States Navy... uses his auto repair 
background in his spare time by working 
with cars. 



ROBERT HOWLEY 

Bob. ..will be found someday operating a 
printing press... a skin diving enthusiast., 
dislikes teachers calling him by his nick- 
name. 

Basketball Manager 10,11,12; Cap&Gown 
Comm. 12; Open House 10,11,12 




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GEORGE HUNT 

George.. .looking forward to a career in 
journalism, active in DeMolay and the Na- 
val Reserves... dislikes getting upinthcmorn- 
ing. 

Football 10 




JAMES HUNTER 

Jimmy... belongs to his C.Y.O. basketball 
and bowling teams. ..carpentry is his field 
for the future.. .he dislikes women drivers. 

Open House 10,11,12 





LARRAINE HUNTINGTON 

Liurie... anticipates a career in I. B.M.... en- 
joys bowling but not getting up in the morn- 
ing. 



D I ANNE HURLBURT 

Dianne.cute and quiet... wants to be a com- 
mercial artist. 

Chorus 10; Basketball 10; F.B.L.A. 11,12; 
Graduation Dance Comm.; D.A.R. Candi- 
date 12; Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12 



ROBERT HUNTINGTON 

Bob.. .a football and bowling fan... plans to 
go on to college.. .his pet peeve is everything. 

Jr. Party: Jr. Class Treasurer, StudentCoun- 
cil 11, Vice-Pres. 12; Football 10,11,12; 
Basketball 10; Hockey 10 



DIANE HUTCHISON 

Diane.. .will soon be found behind the keys 
of an I.B.M. machine., dreads the day re- 
port cards come out. 






MARY INDINGARO 

Laurcnc belongs to C.Y.O... .her ambition is 
to become a secretary... peeved by missing 
tvpe erasers. 

Pep Club 10,11; Mr. DiSessa's Sec't. 12 



BARBARA INMAN 

Barbara, active in her Church Pilgrim Fel- 
lowship and basketball team, has ambitions 
to be either a hairdresser or I.B.M. opera- 
tor... peeved by conceited people. 

Pep Club 11; Book Fair 11 




LOIS JACOBSON 

Lois.. .active in her church. ..hopes to be an 
elementary school teacher... self-centered peo- 
ple irk her. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Pep Club 12 




J AXE JACOB Y 

Jane.. .energetic and very friendly, is seen 
behind the fountain at a nearby drug store... 
hopes to go into the culinary field. ..dislikes 
conceited people. 

H.R. Mesngr. 11 



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ELIZABETH JERPI 

Bettv...will be found as a secretary soon 
after graduation. ..is peeved by public ora- 
tory. 

Campus Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 11; H.R. Mesngr. 
12; Pep Club 11 





CELLA JEWETT 

Celia...will soon be found in the quiet hospi- 
tal corridors as a nurse.. .dislikes people who 
are not on time. 

Chorus 12; F.N. A. 11,12; Pep Club 1 1,12; 
Spanish Club 12 




DAVID JOHNSON 

Dave... a whiz on the ice.. .hopes to enter the 
advertising business after college... hates to 
get up before 1 1 . 

Jr. Xom. Comm. 11; Tennis 11,12; Hockey 
10,11,12; Honors 10,11; Jr. Usher 



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MARY JOHNSON 

Mary... sweet and well-liked. ..will meet suc- 
cess as a medical secretary. 

Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party; Pep 
Club 11, Sec't. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10,11,12; 
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Spanish Club 12; Open- 
ing Exer. 10; H.R. Treas. 12 




JAMES JONES 

Jim. ..dislikes wreckless drivers. ..plans to be 
a barber. 



WILLIAM JORDAN 

Bill. ..has a wonderful sense of humor which 
should make him popular as a sheet metal 
engineer... is a Pilgrim Fellowship Treasurer 
and Junior Advisor. 

Office Guide 12; Cafeteria 10,11; Gradua- 
tion Dance Comm. 12 





JOSEPH JULIAN 

Joe... an amateur ham radio operator.. .de- 
sires a career in electronics. 

A.V. Club 10,11,12; Sr. Plav 11,12 



DONALD JUNKINS 

Don... a future math teacher... an avid check- 
er and chess fan. ..doesn't like people who 
drive all over the road. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Party; Band 10 




PAULA KACHADORIAN 

Cute Paula, a friend to all, sets her sights 
on being a medical secretary.. .a member of 
Rainbow. ..dislikes sarcasm. 

Class Sec't. 12; Student Council Rec. Sec't. 
11,12; J.M.S.V.C. 10,11,12; Cheerleading 
12; Pep Club 11; Honors 10,11; Mr. Ray- 
mond's Sec't. 12 





JANET KARCZ 

Janet. ..friendly and cheerful. ..hopes to make 
the courtroom scene as criminal lawyer... 
"That bugs me!" 

Campus 12; Reflector 10,11,12; Pep Club 
12; Honors 10.11 



ELIZABETH KELLY 



JOAN KILPATRICK 




Bett£...will be wanted by the F.B.I, in the 
near future.. .not as a criminal, but as an 
asset to the force with her bubbling person- 
ality. 

Campus 11,12; Chorus 10; F.N.A. 10,11; 
Spanish Club 12; Opening Exer. 10,12; 
Pep Club 10,11,12; Honors 10 



Joan.. .busies herself with work and swim- 
ming.. .don't tell secrets around her!. ..wants 
to be a secretary. 

Mr. Donovan's Sec't. 12 



JAMES KING 

Jim. ..sports enthusiast.. .hopes for a career 
in drafting. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



DONALD KINCSLEV 

Don. ..hopes to use his talents as an artist 
or a cabinetmaker.. .sports minded... active 
in a bowling league. 

Cafeteria Work 11; Student Council 11; 
Open House 10,1 1,12; Track 10 



RUSSELL KNIGHTS 

Russ... quiet and intelligent... active in his 
church Fellowship. ..desires to be an engi- 
neer. 

Key Club 11,12; Math Club 11,12; High 
Honors 10,11; Jr. Usher 




ROBERT KING 

Bob., soon to be a college man. ..enjoys bas- 
ketball and golf. .homework over vacations 
isn't a favorite with him. 

Golf Team 10,11,12; Basketball 11,12; 
Honors 10; Jr. Norn. Comm.; Cap & Gown 
Comm. 12 



EDWARD K NAPPE R 

Eddie. ..well liked. ..studies carpentry. ..plans 
to use his talent as a carpenter in the near 
future. 

Honors 10; Student Government; Open 
House 10.11,12; Office Guide 12 



JUDITH KNOWLES 

Judie... always recognized by her pretty dark 
hair and friendly smile.. .will charm her fu- 
ture students. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Student Council 10; Cam- 
pus 12; Pep Club 11,12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



ELIZABETH KNOX 



MARGERY KNUDSON 



Betty Anne.. .pretty and popular.. .her ability 
will make her a dedicated doctor.. .does much 
work for her church. 



Marge, dependable and mischievous.. .will 
make a very efficient legal secretary... dis- 
likes dentists. 



Soph. Party; Jr. Party; Student Council 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11,12; Cheerleading 11,12; Re- 
flector 10,11; F.N.A. 10; High Honors 10, 
11; Sr. Prom. Comm. 



Sr. Nom. Comm.; Chorus 10,11,12; Span- 
ish Club 12; Honors 10; Grad. Dance 
Comm.; Opening Exer. 10; Open House 10 




WALTER KURZ 

Skip. ..a ladies' man, wants a career as a 
gunsmith or forest worker.. .can be found 
hunting or swimming. 

Campus 10,12; Re/lector 12 



LINDA LARSEN 

Linda. ..likes designing and is heading for 
art school... likes to go hunting. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 10,11,12; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 12 




GAYLE LAWRENCE 

Gayle...a girl with very pretty hair.. .will 
someday be found as an investigator. 

Jr. Nom. Comm. 11; Re/lector Ad. staff 11; 
Chorus 10; Pep Club 10,11,12; Dramatics 
12 





CAROL LEBLANC 

Carol. ..cute and peppy, will make a very 
talented interior decorator.. .enjoys horse- 
back riding in her leisure time. 

Pep Club 11,12 



ROBERT LEIGHTON 

Bobby, sincere and well liked, would like to 
enter the field of engineering. 

Football 10,11; Track 11 



ROBERT LEONE 

Bob. ..intelligence, leadership and personal- 
ity... is sure to be a success as a math profes- 
sor. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Student Council 11, 
Pres. 12; Debate Club 11,12; Key Club 12; 
A.V. Club 10; Band 10,11,12; Latin Certifi- 
cate 10,11; Math Club Vice-Pres. 11, Pres. 
12; High Honors 10,11,12 




DAVID LEONE 

Dave... a friend indeed. ..will become an elec- 
tronic engineer.. .is peeved by "Dumb 
Dames." 

Jr. Party 11; Campus 12; Re/lector 12; 
Chorus 11,12; A.V. Club 12; Band 10,11, 
12; Cross Country 11; Honors 11 



CHARLES LEWIS 

Charlie.. .a C.Y.O.'er...will look to the sky 
for his future.. .desires to be a jet pilot. 

Football 10; Baseball 10 




DANIEL LIDDELL 

Danny . is looking forward to being an off- 
set pressman. ..likes all sports and is an 
active C.Y.O. member. 

Cross Country 10,11,12; Honors 11,12; 
Open House 10,11,12; Spring Track 10,11, 
12; Winter Track 10,11,12 



EVELYN LINDSAY 

Evvy.. .whose main hobby is dancing . .will 
someday become an efficient secretary. 

Fashion Show 10,11,12 




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WILLIAM LITTLE 

Bill... a member of DeMolay and President 
of his Senior Youth Fellowship.. .he would 
like to go to a technical school where he 
would not have to wear a tie. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 12 





ELLEN LITTLEJOHN 

Ellen. ..can always be heard cheering our 
team on to victory.. .a future secretary and 
bookkeeper.. .will soon be seen hopscotching 
the globe. 

Pep Club 11,12; F.B.LA. 12; Reflector Ad. 
Staff 12 




JOYCE LOCKWOOD 

Joyce.. .ambitious and full of initiative , will 
make some lucky lawyer a fine secretary... 
peeved by homework over the vacations. 

Miss Norris's Sec't. 12; Reflector sec'y 11; 
F.B.L A. 11, sec'y 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; 
Cafeteria Work 10; Shorthand Cert. 11 



DIANE LOGAN 

Diane.. .a friendly gal, who wishes to further 
her education by attending I.B.M. School... 
she dislikes snobs. 

Reflector Rep. 10; D.E.C.A.; Creative Writ- 
ing Rep. 10; H.R. Msngr. 10; Mr. Collins' 
Sec't. 




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ALFRED LOU KOLA 

Alfred. ..hopes to enter the field of engineer- 
ing. ..belongs to a water skiing club... red- 
heads bother him. 

Sr. Party Comm. 12; Student Council 10, 
11; Office Guide 12: Honors 11 



CHARLES LOWE 

Charlie., his future lies with T-square and 
triangles as a draftsman. ..peeved by people 
who call other people names. 

Golf Team 11,12 



DARRYL LOVELL 

DarryL..a nonchalant guy, who hopes to 
attend Northeastern and achieve his goal 
of engineering. ..he enjoys skin diving. 



KENNETH LUKIS 

Ken... is undecided as to his future ambi- 
tion. ..he plans to go to a liberal arts college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12; Football 12 




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RICHARD LYNCH 

Dick. ..a car bug...planstogotoWentworth... 
hopes to be an aircraft maintenance techni- 
cian... Vice-President of Gear Jammers Auto 
Club. 





CRAIG MAC DONALD 

All round athlete.. .Mac wants to follow 
through and become a physical education 
teacher. 

Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10,11,12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 



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BARBARA MAC KEAN 

Barb. ..smart and friendly, will certainly be 
an asset to the modeling world... loves horse- 
back riding. 





JUDITH MAC KINNON 

Judy. ..quiet and thoughtful.. . a welcomeaddi- 
tion to the "women in white". 

F.N. A. 10,12; H.R. Mesngr. 12; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 



BRUCE MAC LEOD 

Bruce... always ready to help.. .hopes to be 
an aviation technician. ..dislikes "home 
room". 

Grad. Dance Comm.; Football 11,12 



GAIL MAC LEOD 

Quiet and artistically talented... Gail hopes 
to be an artist after art school training... 
member of Theta RhoGirls' Club and Rain- 
bow. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 11; Mr. Ghiorse's Sec't.; 
Honors 11; Shorthand Certificate 60 




KATHLEEN MAC MURRAY 

Soon we'll find Kathy sitting on the boss's 
lap.. .likes dancing and swimming. 



KENNETH MAC PHERSON 

Ken... attends P.F. and plays basketball out- 
side of school. ..his future lies in the field of 
printing.. .dislikes being interviewed. 

Student Council 





WILLIAM MADERA 

Bill. ..may use his cabinetmaking back- 
ground in the future, but is undecided. ..en- 
joys working on cars... blondes peeve him. 

Student Council 11,12; Office Guide 12; Caf- 
eteria 10,11,12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



LINDA MAGNUSSON 

Linda's dignified and quiet manner should 
give elementary school pupils a good begin- 
ning. 

Reflector 10,11,12; Chorus 10,11,12; Hon- 
ors 10,11; Soph. Nom. Comm.; Spanish 
Club 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Jr. Nom. Comm. 




KENNETH MAHLER 

Ken. ..quiet and reserved... aims to work in 
the forest service as a ranger or smoke- 
jumper. 

Cafeteria Worker 10,11; Track 11,12 




JUDY LEE MANCINO 

Judy hopes to further her education at ajun- 
ior College.. .quiet, but full of fun. ..dislikes 
people who don't keep their word. 

Sr. Party; Pep Club 12; H.R. Treasurer 12 



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BARBARA MANNING 

Barbara.. .with her beautiful blue eyes... 
should charm her way to head buyer in any 

store. 

Campus 12: Reflector \A\ . Staff 11; Honors 
10: F.N. A. 11; Pep Club 10.11 



STEPHEN MARSHALL 

Steve, .friendly and personable... sets hisgoal 
high as an aeronautical engineer... plavs 
Y.M.CA. basketball and Y.P.F. football.. 
aggravated by nosy girls. 

Golf 11.12: Track 10 



DAVID MARZIONT 

Dave's artistic talents should bring distinc- 
tion to anv newspaper or magazine, hopes 
to attend Massachusetts An School. 

Saturday art classes at Mass. Art 12 



RICHARD MATTESON 

Dick. ..can be found skiing dow n the slopes 
of New Hampshire.. .future prospect for 
Northeastern... is sure to be a success in the 
business world. 



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john McCarthy 

Mac. his printing experience should be!; 
him in the future., is active in C.Y.0....people 
with untidy hair peeve him. 

Prom Comm. 12; Open House 10.11.12 



BRUCE MANUEL 

Bruce., hopes his future will be as an elec- 
tronics technician in the U.S. Navy...enjovs 
playing basketball and Softball. 

Chorus 10,11,12 





MARGARET MARTIN 

Margaret, a bubblv personality will alwavs 
make her popular . .looks forward to a posi- 
tion as a medical secretary. 

F.NA. 10.11.12; Spanish Club 12; PepClub 



SIGNIAN MATSON 

Signian's future is in laboratory work... 
member of "Hancock Hall".. .is irritated by 
people who do not like Harry Belafonte. 

Librarv Club 12; F.N. A. 10,11.12; Pep Club 
10,11; First Aid 11 



PHILLIP McCANN 

Phil... has set his goal in the field of civil en- 
gineering... is always ready for a good de- 
bate. 

Lab Assistant 11,12; Debate Club 11,12; 
Honors 10 



JOYCE McCLUNG 

Elaine... always smiling, she will be welcome 
wherever she may go in the furure...especial- 
Iv likes to play the piano. 

Student Council 12: Class Treasurer 12: Jr. 
Party Comm. 11; Girls Gym Team 11.12: 
Chorus 10; Cheerleader 11: Captain 12: 
High Honors 10,11; Debate Club 11; Re- 
flector 10,11 




john Mcdonald 

John.. .quiet and studious... hopes to be an 
engineer... busy with C.Y.O. and coin collec- 
ting. 

Cross Country 11; Winter Track 11; Hon- 
ors 11 



KATHLEEN McDONALD 

A future secretary. ..Kathy can be found at 
her C.Y.O. or church group. ..enjoys collec- 
ting records. 

Mr. Ritchie's Sec't.; F.B.LA. 




KATHLEEN McELROY 

Kathy. ..would like to attend Lawrence Me- 
morial School of Nursing in Medford... ac- 
tive in bowling league and Christian 
Doctrine. 

Campus 12; F.N.A. 10,11,12; Pep Club 10, 
11,12; Spanish Club 12 





ELIZABETH McGLONE 

Betty. ..hopes to use her business background 
in secretarial work. ..enjoys bowling in her 
spare time. 

Pep Club 11,12 



PAUL McGONAGLE 

Paul.. .should improve our image abroad 
when he travels with the U.S. Foreign Serv- 
ice.. .hopes to attend Middlebury College... 
active in C.Y.O. 

Band 10,11,12; Football 10; Honors 10; 
High Honors 11 



SONJA McINTIRE 

Sonja...this smiling fraulein is aiming for 
secretarial work. 

Campus 12; Honors 10,11; Shorthand Cer- 
tificate 60; Miss Andem's Sec't.; F.B.LA. 12 






JUDITH McGUNNIGLE 

Judy. . hopes to attend Temple University to 
channel her artistic talents into some worth- 
while endeavor.. .kept busy as C.Y.O. News- 
paper Art Editor and member of C.Y O. 
Council. 

Campus 11, Art Editor 12; H.R. Mesngr. 
12; Pep Club 11; Reflector H.R. Mesngr. 10; 
Opening Exercises 10; Saturday Art Classes 
12 



JANICE McKEE 

Janice.. .will be seen wearing the latest Paris 
fashions in the future.. .belongs to Rainbow... 
is peeved by boys with blonde hair and 
brown eyes. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 




JOYCE McKENNA 

Joyce... plans to go directly to work after 
graduation... where she hopes to be trained 
as a machinist... activities include bowling, 
dancing, and swimming.. .irritated by crowd- 
ed corridors. 



paul Mclaughlin 

Paul's initiative should take him far.. .in the 
field of Nuclear Engineering... spends time 
in scouting. 

Debate Club 11, Treas. 12; Math Club 11, 
Treas. 12; Key Club 11,12; Varsity Hockey 
10,11,12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Jr. Usher 
11; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Lecture 
Club 12; Lab Assistant 12 




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richard Mclaughlin 

Tall, quiet.. .Richard has his sights set on en- 
gineering.. .uses his spare time coin collecting 
and participating in C.Y.O. 

Basketball 10,11; Honors 10,11; Spanish 
Club 12; Audio-Visual 10 



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ARTHUR McMASTER 

Gordon.. .future lies in teaching.. .pleasant 
manner and sense of humor add to De Mo- 
lay. ..can be found on water skis inthewarm- 
er months. 

Campus 11, Sports Ed. 12; F.T.A. 11 




JOAN McNEIL 

Joannie...her cheerful smile and personality 
will be welcomed in any office.. .enjoysmoun- 
tain climbing and skiing. ..belongs to Chi 
Rho. 

Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party; Jr. Party; 
F.B.LA. 11,12; PepClubll,12;Grad. Dance 
Comm. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 11 



RICHARD McNEIL 

Dick... con tent whether in the air or on the 
seas.. .member of the Braintree Airport Asso- 
ciation. ..avid sports fan. sheers and a sol- 
dering iron will be the tools of his trade. 

Office Guide 12; Open House 10; Cap & 
Gown Comm.; Winter Track 10; Spring 
Track 12; Student Government 10,11,12; 
Bowling Team 1 1 




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WILLIAM McNEIL 

Bill will use his auto repair training when 
he dons a Navy uniform. ..how he enjoys 
that late morning sleep when there's no 
school. 

Open House 1 1 



CECIL MEACHAM 

Bill.. .with his tall frame.. .will soon be found 
behind an artist's easel. ..belongs to C.Y.O.... 
spends much time painting. 

Band 10; Chem. Lab 11; Baseball 10 



LINDA McNIE 

Linda. ..full of life.. .sets her goal as a dental 
assistant... active in Rainbow... spends her 
summers on Cape Cod. 

Campus 12; F.B.LA. 12; Chorus 10,11; Re- 
flector Sec't. 12; Shorthand Certificate 60 



DONALD MEACHAM 

Don aims at college.. .then a career in the 
service.. .a member of De Molay... enjoys 
sketching in his extra time. 

Winter Track 10,11; Spring Track 10,11; 
Cross Country 10,11 





JAMS MEHRMAN 

Janis...can be found merrilv working in the 
Admitting Office at the South Shore Hospi- 
tal. ..soon will grace some doctor's or law- 
yer's office. 

Pep Club 11,12; Mr. Klay's Sec t.; Mrs. 
Moss' Sec't.; F.B.LA. 




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CHARLES MELANSON 

In the future Charlie will be found construc- 
ting cabinets for lucky customers. ..plays 
baseball for the Weymouth Legion Team... 
Oh, how undecided girls annoy him. 

Baseball 11,12; Student Council 11,12; Mer- 
it Award 11; Class Vice-Pres. 12; Honors 
11; Jr. Party 11; Soph. Party 10 



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ELLEN MELOY 

Ellen. ..her cheerful smile will brighten any 
Navy sick bay. . active in Girl's club and 
church basketball. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cam- 
pus 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; H.R. 
Treasurer 12; Sr. Play Usherette 12; Pep 
Club 12; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 10 




ROBERTA MERSEREAU 

Bobbie.. .a future secretary or bookkeeper... 
lends her cheery disposition to church work... 
peeved by girls as cute as buttons. 

Mr. Concannon's Sec't.; Shorthand Certifi- 
cate 60; Honors 11; Pep Club 12; Bowling 
League 11; Fashion Show 10 



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EUGENE MILLER 

Gene... may find his auto repair training use- 
ful in some Army capacity.. .enjoys eating 
while listening to the song "I Won't Dance". 



DORIS MOFFETT 

Elaine.. .will be found in an office as an ex- 
ecutive secretary after attending college... 
member of Rainbow, she makes manv of her 
own clothes. 

Spanish Club 12; Pep Club 10.11,12; Hon- 
ors 10,11; Cap & Gown Comm. 1 1; Student 
Council 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10 



DAVID MOORE 

Dave.. .future lies at a draftsman's board... 
talented oil painter... bouffant hairstyles irk 
him. 

Wrestling Team 11,12 



MARGARET MITCHELL 

Margaret.. .pleasant and hard-working. ..will 
serve in the field of international relations... 
perhaps as an interpreter as part of world 
peace program. 

Campus 11, Sr. Co-Ed. 12; Debate Club 
11,12; Honors 10,11; LatinCertificatel0.il; 
F.T.A. 11,12; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 11 



JUDITH MOUSSE 

Judy... a future secretary.. .enjoys bowling., 
member of C.Y.O. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; Pep Club 11,12 



RICHARD MORGAN 

Dick. ..will be one of the most successful build- 
ers that ever graduated from Weymouth 
High.. .is peeved by women behind the wheel 
of a car. 

Honors 10,11; Open House 10,11,12; Cap 
& Gown Comm. 12 






STANLEY MORIN 

Stan... plans to use his training in cabinetmak- 
ing in the future.. .can usually be found bowl- 
ing. 



Sr. Party 12; Student Gov't. 11,12; Cafeteria 
11,12; Honors 10,11 




JUDITH MORRILL 

Judy. ..precocious and pretty. ..her genius in 
math will be a sure aid in banking. 

Soph. Party 10; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit' 10,11; Math Club 11; Re/lector 
10,11,12; Honors 10,11 



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ROBERT MORSE 

Mouse.. .hopes to attend Quincj' Junior Col- 
lege... active memberofC.Y.O....in spare time, 
he plays golf and basketball. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Golf 11,12; J. V. 
Football 10; Baseball 10 



JAMES MOSS 

Jimmy's plans include Northeastern and elec- 
tronics engineering.. .spends his spare time at 
C.Y.O. and Weymouth Sportsman's Club. 

A.V. 10,11,12 




WILLIAM MOSSMAN 

Bill.. .with his cheery disposition. ..should at- 
tract customers to the business he hopes to 
manage or own. ..often found working onhis 
car. 

Honors 11 



DOUGLAS MUIR 

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Doug. ..hopes to attend Harvard after which 
he plans to assume his role as an interna- 
tional lawyer... very active in scouting. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10,11,12; High Honors 10,11; 
Math Club 1 1 ,12; Key Club 12; DebateClub 
11, Sec't. 12; Reflector 11,12; Lab Assistant 
11,12; Jr. Nona. Comm. 11; Sr. Party 
Comm.; A.V. 10; Latin Certificate 10,11 



JOHN MURRAY 

John.. .hopes to further his education at Har- 
vard. ..very active in C.Y.O... .studies Chi- 
nese at Thayer Academy. 

Reflector 10.11.12; Debate Club 11,12; Key 
Club 12; J.M.S.Y Comm. 12; Latin Certifi- 
cate 11,12; High Honors 10,11 




THOMASINA MOWBRAY 

Bunny. ..with her red hair... should add color 
to any I.B.M. machine., .is a member of Rain- 
bow. 

Type Certificate 10,11,12 



JAMES MULLIGAN 

Jimm v. ..hopes his career will be engineer- 
ing.. .is vers' irritated by peopLewhouse other 
people.. .belongs to Weymouth Sportsman's 
Club and C.Y.O. 



JUDITH MURRAY 

Judv... personality plus.. .hopes to be found 
in a very successful lawyer's office.. .in her 
spare time sheattends Rainbow and M.Y.F.... 
men drivers peeve her. 

Campus 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Certifi- 
cate 60,80; Mr. Clancv's Sec't.; Honors 11 




MARY MURRAY 

Mary... a future secretarv...does not like in- 
considerate people. 

Sacred Heart High School 10 



BARBARA NAPIER 

Barb , a quiet girl with a cheerful smile... 
would like to become an efficient secretary. 

Honors 11; Mr. McCarthy's Sec't. 12; H.R. 
Messenger 12; Shorthand Certificate 60.80 




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MARJORIE NARDONE 

Margie... an expert sewer, plans to become a 
fashion co-ordinator...she dislikes home- 
work. 

Representative to Jordan Marsh Fashion 
Council; Jr. Party; Pep Club 11,12; Sr. Ush- 
erette 12; Fashion Show 10,11 



PATRICIA NAVICKY 

Pat.. .a cheerful and friendly girl. ..an asset to 
any hospital. 

Honors 10,1 1; Reflector ArtStaff 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; F.N. A. 12 




LEONARD NELSON 

Lennv... hopes to be a carpenter contractorin 
the near future.. .enjoys playing most sports... 
dancing is his pet peeve, we wonder why? 

Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Open House 10,11,12; 
Office Guide 12; Bowling League 11 






STEVEN NELSON 

Steve.. .a future cartoonist. ..dislikes being in- 
terviewed. 



JEANNE NEVA 

Jeanne.. .quiet and conscientious future auth- 
or of the book of the vear. 

Future Nurses 1 1 





JOANNE NEVERGELT 

Joanne.. .seen at C.Y.O. or Good Council 
Club. ..soon hopes to become a medical tech- 
nician. 

Miss Ochs' Sec't.; F.N.A.; Sr. Nora. Comra 
11,12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Chorus 10; Lib Club 
11 



FLORENCE NEVES 

Flo... an active C.Y.O. 'er, hopes to become a 
cartoonist.. .happy when dancing or roller 
skating. ..pet peeve is grouchv people. 

Mr. Ghiorse's Sec't. 12; Pep Club 11,12; 
H.R. Mesngr. 10 





BARBARA NEWELL 

Barbara. ..it's hairdressing for her.. .dislikes 
people who talk too much. 

Fashion Show 10; Cafeteria Worker 10.11; 
H.R. Messenger 10; Pep Club 12 




RICHARD NEWELL 

Dick... likes any sports dealing with water., 
a great party goer. 




ROBERT NEWSON 

Bob. ..an avid boatsman... someday vearns 
to own a marina. ..cannot tolerate gossips. 




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SANDRA NEWTON 

Sandy... a pleasant smile will help her become 
a very successful legal secretary. 

Sr. Party 12; F.B.L.A. 12; A.V. Secretary 10, 
11,12; H.R. Treasurer 12; M r. Cleaves Sec 't. 
12; H.R. Messenger 11; Lab Assistant for 
foods 10; Fashion Show 10; Shorthand Cer- 
tificate (80w. p.m.) 12 





KENNETH NICOLAS 

Ken. ..desires to do research in physics.. .will 
surely succeed. ..he dislikes messy labs. 

Lab. Assistant 11,12; Reflector 10,11,12; 
Math Team 12; High Honors 10,11; Key 
Club 11,12; Sr. Prom. 



FRANCIS NICHOLLS 

Nick. ..plans a rendezvous withtheMarines... 
intends to become a sheet metal mechanic... 
his pleasure lies in hunting and sports. 

Open House 10; Reflector 10; Graduation 
Dance Comm. 1 2 




JANET NICOLETTI 

Jan... perky and peppy, plans to go to col- 
lege.. .member of C.Y.O.. ..an accomplished 
accordion player. 

High Honors 10,11; Reflector Art Staff 12; 
Soph. Norn. Comm. 10; Opening Fixer. 10; 
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Pep Club 11,12 





WILLIAM NORCOTT 

Bill ...nothing bothers Bill... wants to be an 
architectural designer... doesn't like flighty 
people. 




JOHN NORTON 

Doc... plans to make the Air Force his life's 
work. ..is active in C.Y.O. 

Cross Country 11,12 



CAROL NORRIS 

Carol... sees her future in an office.. .she 
peeved by conceited people. 

Mr. Ferguson's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ROBERT NORTON 

Bob... a future electrical engineer.. .girls with 
blonde hair and blue eyes peeve him...a 
member of C.Y.O. 

Hockey 10; Baseball 10; Gym Team 10,11 




ELAINE NYLEN 

Elaine.. .pins and scissors will be the tools of 
her trade.. .she is bothered bv show-offs and 
conceited people. 




BARBARA O'BRIEN 

Barb... quiet and friendly... some day may be 
head bookkeeper.. .dislikes tardiness in peo- 
ple. 

Campus Sec't. 12; High Honors 10; Honors 
11; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 11; H.R. 
Mesngr.; Shorthand Certificate 60 



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MICHAKI. O'CONNEI.I. 



Elaine. .is an active sportswoman, who en- 
joys both bowling and swimming. ..she has 
set her sights on a secretarial career. 





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Mike.. .plays football and hockey, as well as 
going skin diving.. .he would like to be a 
sheet metal worker.. .traffic is his pet peeve. 

Jr. Norn. Comm. 11; Winter Track 10,11, 
12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Captain of Track 
12; Student Government 11,12; Office Guide 
12; Cross Country 11; Spring Track 10,11, 
12 





ELAINE O'DONNELL 

Elaine.. .happv when there's no work to do. 
wishes to become Fashion Designer. 

Fashion Show 10,11 



PAUL OHLSON 

Ken. ..sets his goal high as a chemical engi- 
neer.. .his winning smile will bring him suc- 
cess. 

Baseball 10; Honors 10,1 1; Golf Team 1 1 ,12 



MARY ELLEN O'DONNELL 

Mellen...her perkv personality and art skil 
will enthuse many students in the field of art 

Opening Exer. 10; Mass. Art Classes 11,12 
Cheerleader 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 
Pep Club 12; Reflector Co-Art Editor 12; Fu 
ture Teachers 12 



ROBERT OLIVER 

Bob. ..hopes to attend Bentley School of Ac- 
counting. ..enjoys plaving with cues and green 
felt tables. 



GEORGE OLSON 

George.. .a blonde-haired twin.. .often seen 
working at Tedeschi's after school. 

Bowling 11; Cross Country 10,11; Basket- 
ball 1 1 



NORMAN OLSON 

Norm. ..hopes to become a veterinarian. ..is a 
member of a bowling league and the Luther- 
an League. 

Key Club 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Hon- 
ors 10; Math Club 12; Cross Country 10; 
Bowling Team 1 1 




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JOANNE O'NEIL 

Joanne... a pretty blue-eved blond miss. ..will 
make a hit with her future students.. .a per- 
petual resident of Room 114. 

Campus 11. Ass't. Ed. 12; Sr. Prom. Comm.; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Partv; Book Fair 
10.11; Pep Club 11. Publicity Chairman 12; 
F.T.A. 11,12; Softball 10,11 





DEBORAH O'NEILL 

Debs.. .fast talking but adorable.. .will surely 
make any trip to the dentist an enjoyable 
one. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Miss Canning's Sec't.; 
Campus 12; Re/lector Ad. 10.11; F.B.LA. 
11; Book Fair 12; Pep Club 10.11. Vice- 
Pres. 12; Honors 10; Softball 11 



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JULIA ORFANELLO 

Julia. ..received a good background for her 
future as a professional Girl Scout by attend- 
ing the 1962 National Girl Scout Round-Up. 

F T. A. 11, Vice-Pres. 12; Grad. Dance 12; 
Spanish Club 12 



JOEL OUELLET 

JoeL.a sincere and friendly person. ..headed 
for college next year.. .enjoys skin diving. 
Football 10,11,12; Student Council 11,12 




RAYMOND PACKER 

Ray. ..an avid football fan, hopes to become 
a sheet metal worker. 

Campus 12; Football 10 





ALICE PALMER 

Alice.. .pretty and peppy ...can befound work- 
ing at local supermarket. ..hopes to be an ex- 
ecutive secretary. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 12;Mrs.Howley'sAssistant 
12 



JUDITH PANARELLI 

Judy. ..perky and peppy. ..plans a future 
hairdressing... asset to C.Y.O. 



RICHARD PARKER 

Dick. ..happy and likeable... active in C.Y.O. 
...can be seen spreading good cheer.. .doesn't 
like to be kept waiting. 

Cross Country 10,11.12; Winter Track 10, 
11,12; Spring Track 10,11,12; Re/leclorH.R. 
Rep. 12; Campus 12 






WILLIAM PARK 

Bill... a future electronic technician... a present 
day scoutmaster.. .wearing suitcoats and ties 
peeves him. 

Chorus 12 



PATRICIA PARNELL 

Mickey.. .is heading for a plush office job as 
a private secretary. 

Honors 10; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't.; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Pep Club 12; Fashion Show 10; H.R.Mesngr. 
11 




SUSAN PASKELL 

Sue... a small doll with a flair for designing... 
can be found behind a soda counter and in 
Rainbow activities. ..is peeved by people who 
ignore you when spoken to. 



STEPHEN PAYNE 

Steve.. .quiet.. .sees his future in Navy blue... 
dislikes cold weather on adrafty motorscoot- 
er. 






WALTER PEARSON 

Walter.. .will be found exploring the ocean 
floor, as his ambition is in the field of ocean- 
ography. likes to work on cars. 

Honors 10, High Honors 11; Debate Club 
11,12; Jr. Usher 11 



RAYMOND PECK HAM 

Ray. ..sets his goal as a bio-chemist.. .Presi- 
dent of C. Y.O....pet peeve is physics. 

Honors 10; Key Club 12 




PHILOMENA PERRONE 

Phyllis.. .wants to become a private secre- 
tary... detests getting up in the morning... al- 
ways seen laughing. 

Mr. Dongridge's Sec't.; Pep Club 11,12; 
F.B.L.A. 11.12; Honors 10,11 



PHYLLIS PERRY 

Jean... an attractive English girl. ..will spend 
her future working days as a hairdresser... 
dislikes conceited boys. 

Chorus 10-Medford High; Chorus 11,12; 
Gym Team 11; Softball Team 11 





DAVID PERRY 

Dave.. .a friend to all.. .looks to a future in 
architecture.. .enjoys both skiing and water 
skiing. 

Campus 11. Ass't. Ed. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 
12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Key Club 11; Hon- 
ors 10; Open Exer. 11,12 



PAMELA PETERSON 

Pam... intelligence and personality plus. ..will 
soon capture the hearts of many Federal 
Government workers. 

Student Council 10,11. Treasurer 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10,11,12; Cheerleading 12; High 
Honors 10, Honors 1 1; Re/lector 10.1 1; Jr. 
Nom. Comm. 11; Pep Club 11; F.N. A. 10 



PAULA PETERSON 

Paula's sincerity will aid her in her work as 
a medical secretary. ..active in Y.P.F. 

F.N.A. Sec't. 10, Vice-Pres. 11,12; Reflector 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; Sr. Prom. Comm. 




MICHAEL PETTOGRASSO 

Mike.. .looks to the sky for his future as a 
pilot.. .he is bothered by people who cut into 
the lunch line. 

Football 11,12; Band 10.12; Orchestra 12 




JAMES PETZE 

Jim... a very musical lad, who contributes his 
talent to a band... plans on becoming a music 
teacher. 

Gym Team 10 



LAWRENCE PHILLIPS 

Larry. ..his experience in the auto repair shop 
has convinced him to become an auto me- 
chanic. .spends his spare time working with 
hot rods. 

Student Government 10.11,12 





CANDICE PICKERING 

Candy. ..her disposition and charm will make 
her a fine Registered Nurse.. .dislikes loud 
radios. 

Honors 10; Future Nurses 10; Pep Club 12; 
Grad. Dante Comm. 12 





GAIL PIERCE 

Perky Gail with her sweet personality is sure 
to make lasting friends wherever she goes... 
headed for business school and a secretarial 



Campus Chief Sec't. 12; Pep Club 12; Mr. 
Kearney's Sec't. 12; Book Fair 12; F.B.L.A. 
12 




WALTER PIGEON 

Walter . .his hobbies are many; but bowling, 
water skiing, and working on cars seem to 
rate the highest on his list. 



LUCY POLITO 

Lucy, .quiet and sweet.. .sets her future In pin 
curls and rollers., dislikes homework. 



SANDRA FILLER 

Sandv... quiet brunette., headed for a career 
in hairdressing... getting up In the morning 
annoys her. 

D.E.C.A. 



DIANA PORTER 

Perkv. peppy Diana will be a welcome addi- 
tion to anv government office.. .people who 
don't smile irk her. 

High Honors 10,11; Mr. Donovan's Sec't.; 
Pep Club 11.12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Softball 11; 
H.R. Treas. 12; Shorthand Certificate 60,80 






PETER POST 

Pete.. .plans to continue on to drafting 
school. ..an active C.Y.O. member... enjoys 
skating and bowling. 



HARVEY PRATT 

Harvey—a carpentry course student.. .plans 
to use his knowledge In the near future.. .in- 
terested in electronics. 

Open House 10,11,12; OfficeGuide 12; Bowl- 
ing League 1 1 




KAREN PREBENSEN 

Karen. ..active in C.Y.O. ..music enthusiast... 
hopes to become a private secretary. - dis- 
likes boys who become conceited when they 
get a new car. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10,11; Pep Club 10,11; Cho- 
rus 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




RICHARD RAMPONI 

Happv-go-luckv... Dick plans to become a 
policeman. ..dislikes conceited people. 



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ROSEMARY REGAL 

Rosemary... hates homework. ..plans to be a 
secretary. .."I don't know." 

F.N. A. 10; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 11,12; 
D.E.C.A. 12 



LINDA REID 

Light-hearted Linda. ..with her artistic talents 
and desire to go to college, she will succeed 
in whatever she chooses. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Softball; Book Fair; Stu- 
dent Council 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 




SUSAN REIDY 

Sue.. .can now be found at Tufts Library, 
but soon she'll be an accountant. 

Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. Party; Campus Sec't. 
Typing Award 11; Pep Club 11.12 



MARION RICH 

Marion. ..plans on going to I BM. school... 
Secretary of C.Y.O.... doesn't like to be kept 
waiting. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 10,11. 
12; Mr. Horrigan's Sec't. 





LOIS RICHARDS 

Lois.. .volunteer at Quincv City Hospital... 
will be a delight to her tuture patients.. .con- 
ceit bothers her. 

F.N.A. 10,11,12; X-Ray 11 



MARLENE RICHARDS 

Marlenc.a friend to all. ..will be found be- 
hind a typewriter . .dislikes superiority in 
others. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party; High Honors 
10, Honors 1 1; Shorthand Certificate 60,80 




LYNN RICHMOND 

Lynn.. .quiet, friendly and trustworthy... 
hopes to work with prescriptions as a phar- 
macist.. .belongs to Rainbow. 

Campus 12; Honors 10.11; Latin Certificate 
Superior Merit 10; Pep Club 11; Fashion 
Show 10; Book Fair 12 






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DAVID ROBERTS 

Dave.. .quiet and intelligent.. .soon will be an 
astronautical engineer.. .his car irritates him. 

High Honors 11, Honors 10;CrossCountrv 
10; Baseball 10: Jr. Usher 11 



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BARBARA ROBINSON 

Barbara... will soon be found in acourtroom 
typing transcripts.. .people who tease irk her. 

Reflector Adv. Comm. 10; F.B.L.A. 10,11; 
H.R. Mesngr. 10,11 



CAROLYN ROBINSON 

Carolyn.. .witty and wise.. .sure to succeed as 
a Registered Nurse.. .deceitful people irk her... 
"Oh, Creat!" 

Majorette 11; Captain 12; F.N. A. 12; Ush- 
erette at Spring Concert 11,12; Bible Read- 
ing 10; Campus 12; Sr. Play Usherette 




DENNIS ROBINSON 

Dennis.. .pleasant and persistent... future lies 
in Civil Engineering. ..home room represent- 
atives stand clear when Dennis comes near. 

Honors 10.11 



JOHN RODOLPH 

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John... soon to be sailing with the Merchant 
Marines. ..member of DeMolay and a rifle 
club. 



IRVING ROGERS 

Buddy. ..full of the devil. ..will make an excel- 
lent veterinarian. ..can be seen with the "Ex- 
cells". 

Sr. Party Comm.: Spring Track 1 1 .12; Band 
10 





SHIRLEY ROSATI 

Shirlev... a future worker at the I.B.M. ma- 
chine.. .enjoys plaving the piano and danc- 
ing. ..people who are habitually late peeve 
her. 

Pep Club 11 



NANCY ROCKWOOD 

Nancy. . quiet and friendly. ..will smile her 
way as Foreign Consulate's Secretary... an 
active Girl Scout. 

Mrs. Howlev and Mr. De Lorenzo's Sec't.; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



HAROLD ROGERS 

Harry...a prospective teacher.. .enjoys bas- 
ketball and bowling. 

Baseball 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10 



PHILLIP ROMANS 

Phil... interested in cabinetmaking... active in 
Chi Rho... frowns on girlswhoweartoomuch 
makeup. 

Honors 11.12; Student Government 10.11. 
12; Guide 10.11,12; Open House 11,12; Stu- 
dent Council 11.12 



[CATHERINE ROSS 

Kathy...a loyal Rainbow girl.. .will make a 
first class secretary... tennis and bowling get 
her O.K. 

Reflector Sec't. 11,12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10 




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GEORGE ROWE 

George.. .considering a career in printing., 
finds time for boating and most all sports., 
does not approve of conceited girls. 

Honors 11; Open House 11.12 



STEVEN RUDOLPH 

Steve. ..a scientist of the future , when not en- 
gaged in scouting can be found either skim- 
ming over the high hurdles or clearing the 
high-jump pole. 

Track 10,11,12; Jr. Nom. Comm. 11; Cho- 
rus 12; Creative Writing 11 




LINDA RL'GE 

Linda... will some day instruct students in the 
three R's... participates in Rainbow, her 
church vouth group, and sings in the church 
choir. 

Pep Club 11: F.T.A. 11.12 



JOHN" RUMNEY 

John., plans to go to college though he is 
undecided as to his career.. .can be found 
either puffing on a pipe or strumming on a 
guitar. 

Audio Visual 10.12; Spring Track. Manag- 
er 11; Honors 10 



ALLVN RYALLS 

Al...his future is undecided. ..finds diversion 
in wrestling and sports... is irked by study 
periods. 

Sr. Prom. Comm. 12 




PAUL RUGGERE 

Paul. ..soon to be seen wearing the Navy 
blue.. .irritated by conceited girls.. .especially 
tall ones. 

Student Council 11; Open House 10 



THOMAS RUSSELL 

Tom... an accomplished drummer.. .has high 
hopes of becoming a commercial artist. 

Cross Country 10; Spring Track 10 



LOIS RYDER 

Lois.. .friendly and intelligent... a gifted artist 
and writer who is always readv to help with 
the work at hand. ..President of Bav Shore 
Federation. ..counselor at her L.R.Y. camp. 

Reflector 10,11, Co-Editor 12; J.M.S.V. 
Comm. 10,11,12; High Honors 10,11; Latin 
Certificate 10,11; Math Club 11 



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EDMUND SACCHETTI 

"Meatball".. .plans to be an offset lithograph- 
er... is on the N.E. diving team... bothered bv 
gabby girls. 

Student Council 10,11,12; Sec.-Treas. V.S. 
12 



LUCILLE SACCHETTI 

Lucy., loyal C.Y.O.'er, headed for asecretar- 
lal career.. .finds bowling, dancing, and golf 
enlightening. ..people who are late irritate her. 

Campus Sec't. 12; KB. LA. 12; Shorthand 
Certificate 60,80 




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ELAINE SAMMER 

Elaine will be busy with hair driers and per- 
1 manents... finds pleasure in skating and 
horseback riding. ..is Worthy AssociateAdvi- 
sor of Rainbow. ..people who are late annov 
her. 





ELIZABETH ANNE SAMSON 

Anne will have her hands full punching the 
keys of a typewriter while taking notes from 
her future boss. 

F.B.LA. 11: F.B.LA. Recorder 12: Short- 
hand Cert 60.80: Mrs. Whipple's Sec'L 12 




LORRAINE SANFORD 

Lorraine... a future secretary, takes part in 
C.y.O. bowling, tennis, and golf.. .how she 
hates to get up in the morning! 

F.B.LA. 11.12: Honors 10; Mr. Mahns 
Sec t. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60.80 



MARCARET SANTACROCE 

Marge , humor to spark any group... a real 
riot.. desires a career as an accountant. 

Student Council 10; Jr. Class Sec't Sr. Prom 
Comm. 12: Campus 11.12: F.B.LA. 11.12 





JOSEPHINE SARACENO 

Petite "'Jo" wants to be a model or retailer... 
hates getting up in the morning. 

D.E.C.A. 12; Chorus 11; Sr. Plav Usherette 
12 



RUTH SARGENT 

Ruth.. /generous and winsome... the futurewill 
see her in white walking the hospital floors., 
dislikes people who are always late. 

F.N.A. 11.12 



LINDA SARACENO 

Sporty Linda with her great personality hopes 
to be a math major in college.. .dislikes "Can- 
ned Wigs". 

Honors 10.11: Campus 1 1. Sports Editor 12: 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 12: Jr. Nom. Comm. 11; 
Pep Club 12 



RALPH SARTV 

Woody.. .an all-around sportsman, who en- 
joys attending the Appalachian Mt. Club 
and going scuba diving., he plans to be a 
conservation officer. 

J.V. Football 10 





JOHN SAUNDERS 

John... plays C.Y.O basketball in his spare 
time-. .has hopes of becoming a dentist.. .get 
vour pliers readv. John. 

Honors 10: Cap & Gown Comm. 12: Spring 
Track 11.12 




EDMUND SAYWARD 

Eddie, .undecided over his career... plays on 
his church basketball team and attends Chris- 
tian Endeavor. 

Honors 10 



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DAVID SCAM M ELL 

Charlie . .hopes to become a draftsman... 
hockev and baseball provide him with enter- 
tainment... doesn't like loud radios. 

Honors 10.11: Office Guide 12 



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JOSEPH SCHELL 

Joe.. .a friendly guy who is bugged bv girls 
who smoke.. .in his spare time, he enjoys 
sports and is interested in electrical wiring... 
he plans a future as a pressman and. perhaps 
later, as a teacher. 

Open House 10.11.12: Student Council 11: 
Cafeteria Work 1 1 





LOREXA SCHOFIELD 

Rena...her future lies in accounting... belongs 
to Rainbow. ..under classmen in gym bother 
her. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 11: H.R. Mesngr. 1 1 



GEORGE SCIOSCIA 

George.. .hopes to become an accomplished 
carpenter.. .enjovs C.Y.O., basketball, and 
bowling. 

Honors 11; Open House 10.11.12; Class 
President 12: Office Guide 12; Chairman of 
Student Government 12 



REBECCA SCHOFIELD 

Becky. .there will never be a dull moment in 
her future classroom. ..she peps up her church 
basketball team. ..dentists really bother her! 

F.T.A. 11.12; Chorus 10,11.12; Spanish 
Club 12; Opening Exer. 10; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 10 



DIANE SCOPPETTUOLO 

Diane. ..this tiny bundle of energy hopes to 
work as a dental assistant.. .attends C.Y.O.... 
is peeved bv lier dog. who finds her shoes so 
tasty. 

Gym Team 11: Cafeteria W ork 10: Latin 
Cert. 10; Pep Club 1 1 





MICHAEL SCOPPETTUOLO 

Scop.. .intends to become an aeronautical en- 
gineer after graduating from college... avoids 
women drivers. 

Spring Track 1 1 



CHRISTOPHER SCOTT 

Chris... has no definite ambition, but sure to 
succeed in anything he attempts.. .activemem- 
ber in De.Molav... sailing and boat building 
get his O.K. 




WILLIAM SCOTT 

Scotty. a future engineer, scatters levity- 
through his garrulity wherever he goes.. .dis- 
likes slow runners on a track team. 

Band 10,11,12; Chorus 11; Spring Track 
10.11.12; Orchestra 11 





PRISCILLA SEABURY 



Pris... hopes to use her talent as a high school 
music teacher . .is very active in Rainbow, 
church youth group, and her church choir... 
long-winded telephone calls peeve her. 

Chorus 10,11,12; F.T.A. 11.12; Honors 10. 

11: Pep Club 11; Speech and Dramatics 12 



EILEEN SEAVER 



MARILYN SEIFERT 



Charlie., working and playing sports arc 
her meat. ..practical nursing will be her ca- 
reer... homework is her pet peeve. 

D.E.C.A. Club 12 



Marilyn this blond charmer hopes to attend 
a Junior College, then work for a lawyer... 
interested in sports and dancing. 

Honors 10; Jr. Norn. Comm. 11; Campus 
12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; H.R. Mesngr. 
12; Pep Club 11,12 



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PAMELA SELWOOD 

Pam... paints or works when she is not pre- 
siding over the Distributive Education 
Club. ..dislikes slow people. 

D.E.C.A. Club, Pres. 12; Pep Club 1 1 




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JOSEPH SERINO 

Joe.. .a car enthusiast, doesn't like girls who 
smoke.. .wants to be a cabinetmaker. 

Tennis 10; Cafeteria Worker 11.12; Honors 
10 



PAMELA SEYMOl I! 

Pam.. .Studious and considerate, hopes to 
work with test tubes and Hunscn Burners... 
enjoys playing the piano...peoplewhosmoke 
don't get her vote. 

High Honors 10,11; Campus 12; Gym Team 
12; Chorus 10; Library Club 12; Latin Cert. 
10; Soph. Party Comm. 10 





ROBERT SHAW 

Bob's quick smile and easv-going manner 
win him a lot ol friends.. .aspires to run his 
own auto repair shop. 

Open House 10; Reflector, Soph. Party 10; 
Track 10 



MARGARET SHERRY 

Peggy... trustworthy and sincere . .dreams of 
becoming a dental hvgienist... belongs to Bi- 
ble Club and the T.N.T. Crusaders. 

Campus 12; ET A. 12; Pep Club 12; Cafe- 
teria Work 10.11,12 





CYNTHIA SHOBER 

Cindy.. .her cool temperament will be a great 
asset in her chosen career of nursing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10.11.12; F.N. A. 10.11.12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Gym Team 12; Jr. Nom. 
Comm.; Pep Club 12; Soph. Party; Chorus 
10 



PETER SHINNEY 

Pete., plans to enter college and the field of 
engineering.. .he is active in C.Y.O. basket- 
ball. 

Football 10.11.12; Track 11.12 



RONALD SIMPKINS 

Ron. ..dislikes writing code numbers on his 
English papers.. .will someday become an 
accountant. 

Cross Countrv 10 




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JEAN SKINNER 




Skell Bones or Dot, she's small and blonde., 
will grace any office as a private secretary., 
dislikes conceited boys. 

Shorthand Certificate 60 



Jcan...a sports enthusiast.. .enjoys bowling, 
skiing, and swimming... sure to be a success. 



ROBERT SLAVEN 

Bob... alwavs smiling. ..a future math teacher 
and active member of DeMolay. 

Football 10; Band 10.1 1; Wrestling 1 1; Grad- 
uation Dance Comm. 12 



ROBERT SMART 

Bob...enjovs working with figures... plans on 
a career in math. ..an avid fan of all water 
sports. 

Band 11; Chorus 11; Orchestra 11 



GARY SMITH 

Gary... interested in mathematics and hopes 
to be an electronics engineer.. .already works 
as a technician in a T.V. repair shop. 

Key Club 12; A.V. Club 10; Latin Cert. 10, 
11; Honors 10.11 




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KENNETH SMITH 

Ken.. .tall and blonde., will dribble on 
through college into engineering.. .a sports 
enthusiast. ..his main interest being basket- 
ball. 

Basketball 10,11,12 






ELAINE SLAVINSKY 

Elaine... airy and lull oi lun... welcome mem- 
ber of any crowd. ..contemplating a career 
in languages or biology. ..enjoys dramatics. 

Campus 11. Feat. Ed. 12; High Honors 11, 
Honors 10; Latin Certificate 10; Sr. Prom 
Comm.; Sr. Nora. Comm.; Spanish Club 12; 
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11: 
Debate Club 11 



DONALD SMITH 

Don. ..enjoys all sports.. .hopes someday to 
be a wallpaper hanger.. .don't keep him wait- 
ing. 

Baseball 10; Winter Track 1 1 



GAYNOR SMITH 

Gaynor... always ready for a good joke... 
heading for college, then maybe "Coach of 
the Year". 

Football 10, Manager 11,12; Baseball 10: 
Bookroom 10,1 1 



VIRGINIA SMITH 

Ginnv...cute and quiet... tod ay a student, to- 
morrow a teacher.. .disturbed by "older sis- 
ters". 

Pep Club 11,12; Honors 10.11 




WARREN SMITH 

Warren.. .a future music teacher... currently 
playing In his own small band... don't call 
him "Warry". 

Band 10,11,12; Chorus 10,11,12; Orchestra 
11; Cross Country 12; Opening F.xer. 10 





ANNE SOUL 

Anne., active in C.Y.O....has plans for be- 
coming an elementary school teacher... is 
bothered by people who say what they don't 
mean. 

U.K. Mesngr. 10: Pep Club 11.12 





BEVERLY SPILLANE 

Bev, bright and peppy, likes C.Y.O. softball 
and basketball.. .desires a career in teaching. 

Jr. Party Comm. 11; Student Council Alter- 
nate 10,11; Campus 12; Gym Team 10,11; 
Honors 10; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Open- 
ing Exer. 10 



LOUIS SPRITZA 

Louie.. .a real live wire.. .would like to become 
an offset lithographer , an avid boating fan. 

Wrestling 10; Football 10; Student Council 
11,12; Sr. Party Comm. 12; Office Guide 12; 
Open House 10,11,12; Student Government 
11,12 



LINDA STETSON 

Linda.. .cute and lively, sets her goal in life 
as a social worker.. .is peeved by "loose 
ends". 

Honors 10,11; Campus 1 1 . Sr. Co- Editor 12; 
Soph. Nom. Comm. 10; Jr. Party 11; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Pep 
Club 12; Latin Cert. 10 



CHERYL SPINDLER 

Cheryl.. .shy and sweet., plans to enter a sec- 
retarial school. ..is bugged by "naturally 
curly hair" and "the girls at Q.J.C.". 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; 
Cheerleader 11; Pep Club 10,12; Miss An- 
dem's Sec't.; H.R. Treasurer 12 



SANDRA STETINA 

Sandy. . quiet and cheerful with high hopes 
for a career in selling... annoyed by crowds. 



ALBERT STEWART 

AL.his outside activities seem to center 
around the Town River Yacht Club.. .enjoys 
water skiing and skin diving.. .dares toclimb 
the ladder of success as an electrical engi- 
neer. 

Math Club 12; Key Club 12 





JAMES STOHL 

Jimmy... a friend to all.. .spent a year in 
Spain.. .plans on becoming an engineer after 
college. 

Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10,11; Basket- 
ball 10 





MARILYN STONE 

Marilyn. ..trying for a career in the business 
world. ..conceited people, especially boys, are 
her woes. 

Mr. Gregory's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep 
Club II; Honors 10; Opening Exer. 10 



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KAREN STUB 

Karen.. .short and blonde.. .will look ador- 
able in a white nurse's uniform. ..says water- 
skiing is one of her many activities. 

Pep Club 10,11; Opening Exer. 10 





DIANA SUDDY 

Diana. ..C.Y.O. officer... headed for a career 
in nursing. 

F.N.A. 10,11,12; Jr. Norn. Comm. 11; Latin 
Cert. 10; Pep Club 11,12; Honors 10; Open- 
ing Exer. 10 



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CAROLE SULLIVAN 

Carole.. .enjovs bowling and skiing.. .plans 
on becoming a secretary. ..peeved by "crowd- 
ed buses". 

Pep Club 11 



MARGARET SULLIVAN 

Margaret.. .a member of C.Y.O... .sets her 
sights for a secretarial school and becoming 
a Legal Secretary. 

Pep Club 11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; F.B.L.A.' 12 





DONNA SURETTE 

Donna. ..plans on becoming an I.B.M. oper- 
ator... a member of Theta Rho... no mail from 
New York is her pet peeve. 



BARBARA SWANSON 

Barbara.. .headed for a successful career as 
an accountant... dislikes homework on week- 
ends. 

F.B.L.A. 11; H.R. Messenger 12; Pep Club 
11,12; Mr. Dolan Sec't. 12 





RUTH SWANSON 

Ruth. ..wants to become a clerical secretary, 
dislikes people who "think they're great". 

Pep Club 12 



SUZANNE SWANSON 

A busy clerical secretary in futureyears... twin 
sister Suzanne alsoenjoys bowling and swim- 
ming. 

F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 10.11.12; Mrs. 
English's Sec't. 12 




WALTER SWANSON 

Wally... friend to all... as an electrical engi- 
neer, he's sure to be a live wire. 

Sr. Party Comm. 12; Debate Club 12; Key 
Club 12; Math Club 11,12; Lab. Assistant 
11.12 





KENNETH SWART 

Ken... a newcomer to W.H.S. has a desire to 
be a navy cook. ..enjovs basketball. 

Abington High-Football 10,11: Baseball 10 



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RICHMOND SWART 

Richie.. .plans on becoming an airplane me- 
chanic. .always ready in the Naval Air Re- 
serves. ..hates homework. 

Cap & Cown Comm. 12 



GEORGE SWETT 

George... a hot rock. ..wants to be a geolo- 
gist.. .enjoys hunting and trapping. ..can't be 
forced into anything. 



HARRY TAVENER 

Harry. ..undecided whether to enter the Arm- 
ed Forces or work in carpentry. ..enjoys 
sports... getting up early peeves him. 



WILLIAM TAYLOR 

Bill. ..his future is in skyscrapers. ..desires to 
be a construction engineer . .when not work- 
ing, he putters on cars. 



RUTH TENNEY 

Ruthic.a great sense of humor , will surely 
be a success as a bookkeeper... peeved bv 
boys? HA!! 




LOUIS TAYLOR 

Louis., plans on playing pro baseball... right 
now, he's content to play football or baseball 
for the school. 

Football 10; Baseball 10,11 



GUS TENGBERG 

Gus...a Perry Mason of the future.. .can usual- 
ly be found at a bowling allev... yearbook 
workers peeve him. 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10 



DENNIS THERIAULT 

Dennis will be seen as a bookkeeper in the 
near future.. .enjoys all sports.. .bad drivers 
irk him. 

Football 10; Hockey 10 




ALAN THOMAS 

Al...an artistic flair.. .looking toward engi- 
neering for the future... peeved by peoplewho 
keep their high beams on. 

Re/lector 10,11; Honors 10 



ANDREW THOMPSON 

Andv.a normal teenager.. .enjoys hunting, 
water skiing and other outside activities... 
hopes to be a sheet metal worker. 

Bowling Team 11,12; Graduation Dance 
Comm. 12 




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JOHN THOMPSON 

Johnny. ..an asset to our football team... head- 
ed for a career in aviation as a commercial 
airlines pilot. 

Football 11,12; Basketball 10; Winter Track 
11,12; Spring Track 10,11 



PAMELA TIEWS 

Pam...sets her goals high as a stewardess... 
archery state champion.. .dislikes peoplewho 
poke fun at disabled persons. 

Gym Team 10,11; Band 10,11,12 




JOHN TINNEY 

Johnny. ..wants to teach Physical Education... 
dislikes girls who don't talk on the phone 
very long. 

Track 10,11; Football 10,1 1; Baseball 11,12 



DAVID TOURTILLOT 

Dave.. .hopes to become a general contrac- 
tor.. .enjoys most sports including hockey, 
hunting, and football. 

Office Guide 12; Yice-Pres. of Bowling League 
11; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Open House 10,11, 
12 



MAUREEN TROPEA 

" Moe"... plans to spend her summer in the 
West Indies then "life behind a typewriter" 
awaits her. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 




RICHARD TONNESEN 

Dick. ..quiet blond... may be found next year 
at Northeastern studying engineering... an 
Explorer Scout as well as a member of the 
Y.M.C.A. 

Honors 12 



RICHARD TRIBOU 

Dickie , the adventurer of our class.. .an ex- 
plorer Scout.. .desires to become an engineer. 

Honors 10; H.R. Treasurer 12 



LINDA TUOMINEN 

Linda... works at South Shore Hospital... a 
desk will be her station in life. 

F.N. A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12; Type 
Certificate; Chorus 10 




JOHN TURNER 

"Wiggy "...desires a career in aeronautics... 
peeved by inattentive people. 

Debate Club 11,12; Cross Country 10,11; 
Winter Track 10; Honors 11 



WILLIAM VERSECKES 

Bill. ..quiet and sincere.. .usually Found work- 
ing on his car. ..preparing for teaching his- 
tory. 

Football 10; Baseball 10 




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SHARYN VICKERY 

Sharyn... small and sweet... enjoys music... 
hopes to become a physical education teach- 
er.. .dislikes the expression "you better be- 
lieve it!" 




MICHAEL VILLANOVA 

Mike.. .plans on going to electrical school... 
he is active in Chi Rho and all sports.. .the 
Constitution is his pet peeve. 




DONNA LEA VOELKER 

Donna.. .a secretary of tomorrow . .finds time 
for Rainbow and bowling.. .loathes home- 
work. 

F.N. A. 10; F.B.L.A. 11; H.R. Mesngr. 10,1 1; 
Pep Club 11 



JUDITH YONBERC 

Judy. ..someday a Federal Civil Sen- ice Ste- 
nographer.. .now President of her Pilgrim 
Fellowship. 

Chorus 11; F.B.L.A., Pres. 12; Type Certi- 
ficate 11; Pep Club 11,12; Shorthand Certi- 
ficate 11; Co-Chairman Reflector Advertis- 
ing Staff 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 1 1 





DANIEL WALKER 

Dan. ..his future lies in engineering.. .he is 
active in De.Molay and Pilgrim Fellowship... 
sings in his church choir. 

Sr. Party Comm. 12; Reflector 12; Debate 
Club 12; Key Club 11,12; Math Club 11. 
12; Honors 10,11 



RONALD WALLING 

Ron. ..plans on becoming an aviation me- 
chanic. .dislikes women drivers. 

Student Gov t 12; Football 10; Sr. Nora. 
Comm. 12 



DAVID WALKER 

Dave.. .hopes to be heard over the air.. .at- 
tends Y. P. F.... plays basketball and football. 

Honors 10 



ARTHUR WALSH 

Arthur. ..plans on becoming a linotvpe oper- 
ator... he doesn't like girls that smoke. 




THOMAS WALSH 

Tom. ..plans to be an electronic engineer.. .an 
active member of the Saint Francis Xavier 
Drum and Bugle Corps. 

A.Y. Club 12; Honors 11 





MARJORIE WEAYER 

Marge.. .a future hairdresser.. .dislikes people 
who sav "huh?" 

I F.B.L.A. 12; Gym Team 10,11; H.R. Mesngr. 

J 10,11; Pep Club 11 



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CAROLYN WELLS 

Carolyn. ..a future lady in white.. .working 
with retarded children is her goal. 

F.N. A. 11.12 





PATRICIA WELLS 

Pat... would like to practice hairdressing on 
an ocean liner... works at Cain's Restaurant 
and cannot tolerate conceited people. 

Fashion Show 10,11 




ELEANOR WHITE 

Ellic.her calm manner will aid her 
desire to become a medical secretary. 



her 



F.B.L.A. 11,12; Pep Club 11,12; Mr.McCar- 
thv's Sec't. and Mr. Boland's Sec't.; Reflector 
Ad. Staff 11 



PENELOPE WHITE 

Penny. ..undecided between hairdressing and 
Federal Government work.. .enjoys bowling 
and water skiing. 

Library Club 12; Miss Toomey's Sec't.; Book 
Fair 10 





STEPHEN WHITE 

Steve.. .in his hands lie the blueprints of to- 
morrow's buildings. ..likes all sports. 



ARLEEN WIGHT 

Arleen... always a smiling face.. .will brighten 
the halls of any hospital with her outgoing 
person ality. 

Campus 12; Reflector Rep. 10; Chorus 10; 
H.R. Rep. 10; Honors 10; Opening Exer. 10, 
11; Pep Club 11,12 



DONALD WHITEHOUSE 

Don.. .plans on college and majoring in en- 
gineering. ..enjoys bowling and reading in 
his spare time. 



JOHN WILLIAMS 

John. ..hopes to be a gunsmith or an electri- 
cian... participates in baseball, football, swim- 
ming, and weightlifting...does not like home- 
work on weekends. 





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CLIFFORD WILLY 

Kip. ..will be looking into many mouths in his 
future as a dentist. 

Basketball 10,11,12; Baseball 11,12; Key 
Club 11,12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 




JOHN WILSON 

John , his smiling lace will soon be seen in 
court - as a lawyer!.. .the business manager 
for the Campus. John knows for certain that 
his pet peeve is sales representatives. 

Campus. Business Manager 12; Honors 10. 
11 



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TERRANCE WINTER 

Terry... a great help in the Library.. .hopes to 
get into Physical Therapy. ..active in Explor- 
er Scouts... dislikes talkative women. 

Library Club 11.12 



NANCY WORTH 

Nancy... will be found in either a doctor's or 
a lawyer's office.. .irritated by people who 
take their time in the corridors. 

Reflector Ad. 12; Honors 10,11; Shorthand 
Cert. 60,80; Miss Toomey's Sec't.; H.R. 
Mesngr. 12 




JEANNE WOOD 

Jeanne.. .versatility plus.. .her sparkling per- 
sonality will soon win the hearts of her future 
pupils. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. 
Party; Cheerleading 11; Pep Club 12; Mr. 
Campbell's Sec't.; Future Teachers 12 





DOROTHY WRIGHT 

Dotty. ..quiet and trustworthy. ..would like to 
apply her business background as a secre- 
tarv or a bookkeeper.. .plavs church basket- 
ball. 

Soph. Party 10 



GREGORY YOUNG 

Greg.. .hopes to better our country's relation- 
ship with others as a Peace Corps worker... 
an active member of DeMolay... likes all 
sports. 

Honors 10,1 1; Soph. Nom. Comm.; J r. Nom. 
Comm. 





CAROLYN YOUNGCLAL'S 

Carolyn... hopes to be a secretary for some 
fortunate doctor... attends C.Y.O.... peeved by 
detention. 

F.B.LA. 11,12; Chorus 10; Sr. Play Usher- 
ette 12; Type Cert. 12; Pep Club 11,12 



CHRISTINE ZEOL1 

Tina.. .fun loving and cute . .her patience will 
help her become an elementary school teach- 



Pep Club 10.11,12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; F.T.A. 
12; F.N. A. 11; Jr. Nom. Comm.; Opening 
F:xer. 10,11 





FRED ZUMBAHLEN 

Fred. ..a funny fellow. ..hopes to enteracareer 
in business management. .currently working 
at Stop & Shop. ..doesn't like school. 

Football 11; Cross Country 1 1 ; Winter Track 
11 





It is the twenty-fourth of June - the last 
footstep has echoed through the empty 
corridors, the last happy shout has 
been heard by the silent walls of the 
classrooms. But the Graduates will re- 
member the vacant desks as they once 



were, filled with people whose faces are 
part of the past. For a few weeks the 
seats will lie empty, only to be filled 
again by different people with different 
faces, and another year will have be- 
gun. 



CURRICULUM: 
PROGRESS 

THROUGH EDUCATION 



I wish that bell would ring, Mr. Dow. 

THE NEW BREED 




Sophomore Officers: Harry Gibbon (Pres.), David Ellison (V. Pres.), 
Virginia Meany ( Treas.), Helen Gannon (Sec't.). 



Another school year has passed, and 
the quiet student who timidly opened 
the doors of Weymouth High School 
for the first time in September is gone. 
In his place stands a more confident in- 
dividual, better prepared to cope with 
the problems presented by the school 
curriculum. He looks forward with an- 
ticipation to future years when he will 
be one of the "veterans" of high school 
routine, with the added privileges and 
responsibilities which this new position 



entails. The sophomore class have 
shown themselves to be readily adapt- 
able to a situation strange to them, and 
to possess those qualities which should 
be manifested by every person who 
represents our high school. In their 
hands rests the future of our school. If 
they continue to uphold the standards 
which we have tried to sustain in the 
past, the future of this building will as- 
suredly equal and even surpass that of 
the one which we left in December. 



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Enjoying one of their most memorable 
years, the juniors look back with fond 
memories upon their initial year in 
high school, and ahead to the culmina- 
tion of twelve years of work. At this 
crucial time in the lives of our youth, 
the burden and privilege of responsibil- 
ity suddenly becomes apparent. New 
vistas of learning and experience ma- 
ture the individual and prepare him to 
face all the joys and disappointments 
that lie ahead. In the year which fol- 
lows, this training will first begin to 
present itself as an integral part of ev- 
ery life. As upperclassmen, the juniors 
will find themselves unconsciously as- 
suming the role of leaders in the school 
program. Every step brings them near- 
er to their ultimate goal, and the fulfill- 
ment of years of education and train- 
ing. Therefore we urge the junior class 
to make full use of the opportunities of 
the coming year. 



Junior Officers: 

George Manning ( Treas. ) 
Linda Badavas ( Sec't. ) 
Joe Hassan ( Pres.) 
Mary Lou Lyons ( V. pres. ) 




HEIRS APPARENT 




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THE FINISHED PRODUCT 




Mmm. . . .late again, I see. 



Youth is the embodiment of imagina- 
tion and hope; there lies just beyond 
the reach of every young individual 
promise of a new and exciting life, the 
hope of acquiring the wisdom and ma- 
turity of adult men and women. Before 
we, the senior class of 1963, are able to 
prove ourselves worthy of the privileges 
of this society, we must be prepared to 
meet the responsibility of maintaining 
a high standard of moral and intellec- 
tual growth. We feel that the three 
years which we have spent at Wey- 
mouth High School have served a vital 



part in achieving this. We have had 
the opportunity to associate with other 
people and have learned to sense the 
inner value of each individual. Prog- 
ress and education have worked hand 
in hand to insure the development of 
our minds and ideals. The school 
seems to reflect the pattern of our own 
conception of progress, as we constant- 
ly look forward, not waiting for the 
world to come to us, but watching it 
unfold before us through our own ef- 
forts. 



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Now, for some written entertainment, let's try these trip examples. Mr. Ryder 

MOLDING THE MODERN MIND 



An increasing number of today's high 
school students are desirous of further- 
ing their education in widely varied 
colleges and universities. In order to 
prepare students to meet the require- 
ments of these selective institutions, 
Weymouth High School offers the Col- 
lege Preparatory Course. The ability 
to consider, reflect upon, and Inquire is 
promoted in such courses as geometry, 
algebra, trigonometry and calculus. As 
the world progresses, new conflicts 
arise; an understanding of the existing 
problems is essential for forming a solu- 



tion or compromise. History courses 
and Problems of Democracy show how 
history repeats itself and can be 
changed. The advancements of science 
lead to extended research work in cours- 
es of chemistry, biology, and physics. 
The college course curriculum is round- 
ed out by English classes and three 
foreign languages. With the willing 
and unfaltering aid of our well-quali- 
fied teachers, sophomores, juniors, and 
seniors are prepared both emotionally 
and intellectually for college life. 



"Good night, Chet" . . . "Good night, David" — Language Lab 




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EFFICIENCY IS THE WATCHWORD 




Judy Brewer — a whiz with numbers. 



Each year Weymouth High School pre- 
pares hundreds of capable students to 
fill positions as secretaries, office work- 
ers and countless others necessary to 
the staff of any successful business cor- 
poration. Carefully prepared courses 
in such essentials as Economics, Law, 
Bookkeeping and Business Administra- 
tion are open to those students who 
wish to enter this field. Fortunately, the 
level of instruction and clerical equip- 



ment offered to these students has kept 
pace with the high improvements in of- 
fice technology. By using these advan- 
tages to the best of their knowledge, by 
developing skills in shorthand, typing 
and bookkeeping, business students are 
able to enter their respective fields with 
a more extensive idea of exactly what 
is expected of them and what the work 
will involve. 




Often heard in the office practice room, "Oh, this addition and subtraction. 




Isn't anyone awake? Mrs. Doucette explains the art of selling in Distributive Education. 



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Not only flying fingers, but accuracy and speed are found in the type rooms. 




Mass concentration is needed in learning the intricacies of bookkeeping. 



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Ill 





PROFICIENCY 



Open up wide, Dick Bell 



The presses roll! 
Louis Spritza, John McCarthy 



TO PROMOTE PROGRESS 



Precision for Progress. 
George Rowe 




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Kind of a big can opener, isn't it? Dick McNeil 




Piece by Piece. Anthony Avitabile 




Some like it hot. 



Industry and mechanics are rapidly 
advancing in every field as the stand- 
ard of living improves. It will be es- 
sential in the future to have capable 
and efficient men to handle the complex 
machinery of the factories and plants 
and to provide the population with the 
materials necessary for comfortable 
and convenient living. Through the 
vocational course at Weymouth, we 
strive to give the boys a thorough un- 
derstanding of such important sides of 
our changing world. They are offered 
courses in auto body, graphic arts, 



sheet metal, electronics, cabinetmaking 
and carpentry which prepare them for 
positions immediately after graduation 
or for apprenticeships. The theory 
learned during the classroom periods 
is to put to use not only in the well- 
equipped shops in the school but also 
in the community. From overhauling 
engines to laying the plans and founda- 
tions for the modern home, the students 
at Weymouth Vocational Technical 
School are truly making progress 
through education. 



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ATHLETICS: 
PROGRESS 

THROUGH COMPETITION 



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Smiling Substitutes: Laurie Happel, Joanne Tancreto, Paula Kachadorian, Sherry Adams, Carole Burns and 
Kathy Kezer. 



SPIRIT WITH ANIMATION 




From the first rousing cheer to the last 
second of play, our cheerleaders have 
given all their might to urge our teams 
on to victory. Captained by Elaine 
McClung and supported by the pep 
club, Ferdinand and students, they have 
managed with tremendous spirit and 
enthusiasm to inspire the Maroons to 
make their best efforts on the field and 
on the basketball court. Judging by 
the students response, our cheerleaders 
were tops, for students participated will- 
ingly and proudly in the skits and 
cheers of rallies and games. 



Things are looking up! 

Clockwise: Betty Anne Knox, Christine Dane, 
Lorraine Payne, Kathy Carroll, Elaine McClung, 
Carolyn Back, Pam Peterson, Janice Porter 
and Connie Auld. 




Foursome with Finesse 



The twirling of batons, the waving of 
maroon and gold flags, and the high- 
stepping of our majorettes during half- 
time is a very impressive sight to spec- 
tators. Their enthusiasm and vigor 
convey a feeling of pride in the school 
and in the performances of our students. 
This year's majorettes, headed by 
Carolyn Robinson, are Bobbie Sassa, 
Jane King, and Kathy O'Shaughnessy. 
As they lead the band down the football 
field or lead a parade after a game, we 
can be proud of these girls who are an 
asset to the student body. 




Posing Pretty: kneeling, Carolyn Robinson; standing: Jane 
King, Bobbi Sassa and Kathy O'Shaughnessy. 




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"YE SONS OF WEYMOUTH BOLD 




Top: Gaynor Smith, Pete Shinney, Dewey Borellini, Ken Lukis, Steve Allison, Jim Stohl. 

Bottom: Craig MacDonald, Joel Ouellet, Mike Pettograsso, Bob George, Bruce MacLeod, Bob Huntington, 
John Thompson. 




You can't take it with you. Dave Ellison makes the tackle as Mike Brown (61) rushes over. 



Battling their way down the gridiron, 
our stalwart Maroons proved a chal- 
lenge to all opponents. Coached by 
John Fisher, Weymouth High's foot- 
ball team made the students and sup- 
porters very proud of their efforts. After 
overcoming a first game defeat, Wey- 
mouth was triumphant in a contestwith 
North Quincy's Red Raiders and the 
Whalers of New Bedford by scores of 
20-6 and 20-18 respectively. A frustra- 
ting loss to the Waltham Watchmakers 
by the narrow margin of one point was 



assuaged by a 20-0 shut-out overQuin- 
cy, and in the final traditional game of 
the season with Brockton, the Wey- 
mouth team thrilled a capacity crowd 
by rallying to tie Brockton 8-8. The 
strong offensive of the team was backed 
by Bill Schleiff and Eddie O'Brien, who 
blocked superbly; and the most out- 
standing plays of the season were the 
result of steady teamwork among play- 
ers Joel Ouellet, Craig MacDonald. 
John Thompson, Jim Stohl, Dewev Bo- 
rellini, Steve Allison, and Jim Dunn. 



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OVER HILL,' OVER DALE 




Eddie O'Connor, Bill Downey, Dick O'Connor, Larry O'Connor, Bill Cilpin, Dave Sjostedt, Harvey Kreuger, 
Dave Shea. 





William Scott 



Doug Gleason, Arthur Bugbee 

This year was a building year for the 
Cross Country Team. Interested boys 
spent their spare time developing their 
co-ordination by running over the two 
and one-half mile course. Bill "Peter" 
Scott and Dick Parker proved to be the 
outstanding senior boys this year. Bill 
Downey, Larry O'Connor and Dave 
Sjostedt were the top three underclass- 
men. Captain of this year's team was 



Mike O'Connor and elected co-captains 
for next season were Bill Downey and 
Larry O'Connor. Next year the boys 
will participate in several meets on the 
South Shore. They will be seen in the 
South Shore Meet and the State Meet, 
the top two events of the Cross Country 
season in the area. Until then they will 
be seen participating in Spring Track 
or running along the streets of town. 



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First Row (left to right): John Burns, Steve Gladis, Mike Casey, Robert King, Dick Boyd, Art Hommel, 
Ken Smith, Clifford Willy. 

Second Row: James Tyler, Frank Wisneski, Steve Quintin, James Ransom, Bob Jones, Bill Williams, Dave 
Ellison, Clem Crassia. 

Third Row: Bob Paone — Asst. Mgr. Charles Glass, Arthur Cicchese, Ken Powers, Jack Willy, Doug Von 
Iderstein, Bob Howley, Mgr. 

Fourth Row: Dick Bush, Dick Walsh, Don Spillane, Ken Laneau, Peter Laverty, Jim Buker, Paul D^ary, 
Don Baker, Walter McTigert. 



THE SHARPSHOOTERS 




Led by the outstanding playing of sen- 
iors Bob King and Dick Boyd, our 
basketball team sparked a renewed in- 
terest in the sport and have been acred- 
it to their supporters. Revived from a 
somewhat disappointing 1962 season, 
this vear's team has compiled a fine 
winning record. Coach William 
Kearns credits our success to the great 
amount of teamwork exemplified by his 
boys. Although Weymouth plays in a 
strong Suburban League against such 
teams as Rindge Tech and Brockton, 



You see, coach, it was like this. . . 



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Frustrated Frank Wisneski. 



Hey, I've got the ball! Steve Quintin 



we narrowly missed qualifying for the 
Tech Tourney and finished in a respec- 
table position in the league standings. 
The two starting seniors received able 
support from the outstanding play of 
the underclassmen. Junior Frank Wis- 
neski and sophomore Dave Ellison 
hold the key to next season. A strong 
defense and good scoring capabilities, 
coupled with added experience, should 
certainly carry Weymouth High into 
Tourney competition next year. 




Bob King doing the limbo 



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SPEED AND PRECISION 




First Row (left to right): Bob Donovan, Mike De Luca, Richie Godin, Dick Elliot, Fred Darling, Bob Shee- 
han, Paul McLaughlin. Second Row: Bill Abby, Don Haviland, Ron Haven, John McMorrow, Dave John- 
son, Dave Labadie, Joe Cirigliano, Mr. Dempsey, coach. Missing: Joe Busa. 



Speed and marksmanship were the key 
words during this past winter's season 
with Weymouth High School's hockey 
team. Coached by William Dempsev, 
the boys worked together in a strong 
unit making their best efforts whether 
they won or lost. Holding on to fourth 
place in the South Shore League, the 
boys utilized the offensive-defensive 
strategies learned during their long and 
intensive practice sessions. The impres- 
sive record includes victories over King 
Philip 4-0; Scituate 4-2; and Canton 



5-1. Under the leadership of seniors 
Dave Johnson and Mike De Luca, the 
team exhibited power and enthusiasm. 
As leading scorer, Dave proved to be 
a Weymouth stalwart by demonstra- 
ting extraordinary offensive plays, 
while Dick Elliot stopped many key 
shots in the goal. Because of Mike De 
Luca's versatility and sophomore Bob 
Sheehan's developing abilities, the fans 
have indeed seen talent flashing across 
the ice. 



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Up. up. . . Hal Sparks . . .and away! Hal Sparks 



Shot put away! Joel Ouellet 





First Row: S. Rudolph, P. Shinney, D. Liddell, R. Parker, M. O'Connell ( Capt.), W. McNeil, W. Scott, E. 
Smith. R. O'Connor. 

Second Row: F. Donahue, P. McCarthy, S. Temple, J. Ouellet, T. Hall, L. O'Connor, H. Sparks, S. DiPari, 
Coach O'Leary. 

Third Row: D. Sjostedt, P. Litchfield, K. Stewart, E. Shea, E. Jackson, E. O'Connor, H. Kruger, G. D'Acci. 
Fourth Row: R. Bleakney, W. Downey, R. Allan, R. Doine, H. Eaton, G. Gately, M. Busa, J. Dunn, D. 
Dunlay. 



POLAR BEAR CLUB 



The admirable performance given by 
our winter track team this year was a 
credit to the school as the boys broke 
school records and took high scores in 
various meets. Tom "Tucker" Hall 
broke the school record for the six- 
hundred yard dash and placed sixth 
in the State Track Meet at the Boston 
Armory. Pete Shinney placed fourth 
in the three-hundred yard dash, while 
Joel Ouellet came in fourth in the meet's 
shot put event; and Mike O'Connell 
flew over the hurdles to break another 



school record. The team is coached by 
Mr. Dudley O'Leary, and the boys are 
given constant work-outs for improv- 
ing their timing, speed and general 
physical condition. This year the de- 
velopment of these skills in a more ex- 
tensive program has paid off; and we 
can expect an equally successful season 
next year with the assistance of such 
juniors as Bill Downey and Steve Tem- 
ple; and sophomores Mike Busa. Art 
Doine, Pete McCarthy and Glenn 
Gately. 



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First Row: (left to right): Carl Erlandson. Ronald Ouellet, John Almeida. Robert Kallstrom, Blair Ames, 
David Moore. 

Second Row: Robert MacLeod, David Ouellet. Warren Assmus, Harry Winnie. Bruce MacLeod, James De- 
Coste, Joseph Skahill. 

Third Row: Joel Ouellet, Wilbert Bernard. Robert Traknis. Robert Huntington. Michael Brown. Edward 
O'Brien, Timothy DuRoss. 



MASTERS ON THE MAT 



The principal object of the wrestling 
team is to train the squad in the funda- 
mentals of grappling and holding, and 
the development of precision and tim- 
ing. The boys are taught the value of 
using measured movements and of an- 
ticipating the actions of their opponents. 
Under the supervision of Mr. John 
Hill, the team exercises most every day 
in the boys' gym. While there, they are 
seen engaging in bouts among them- 
selves, attempting new holds or perfec- 
ting old ones. Among some of the lead- 



ing members of the team are Joel Ouel- 
let, an excellent prospect for the state 
championship meets, Bob Huntington, 
who deserves praise for his agility on 
the mats, and Jimmy DeCoste, a strong 
contender in the weight class. Through 
participation in this sport, these boys 
have progressed in both die physical 
and moral sense. Thus the team has 
proved itself a worthy member of the 
athletics division of Weymouth High 
School. 



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PACE SETTERS 



134 



Running, jumping, and weight events 
made up the daily program followed 
by Coach Dudley O'Leary and the 
members of the spring track team. The 
team's participation in competitions 
with the other teams in the Suburban 
League served as extra preparation for 
the big events of the season — the State 
Meet and the St. John's Relays in Dan- 
vers. Emphasized in this strenuous 
outdoor program were the running 
events at distances up to a mile; the 
high jumps, broad jumps and pole 
vault; and the field events, including 



the discus, javelin and shot put. The 
boys usually concentrated on one or 
two events and could be seen arduous- 
ly practicing daily before each meet. In 
anticipation of the State Meet, the boys 
pinned their hopes on Pete Shinney, 
who placed fourth in the three-hundred 
yard dash last year in the State Meet. 
Odier outstanding trackmen who led 
Weymouth on to victory were Mike 
Casey, Tom Hall and Bill Armstrong. 
All in ail another successful season was 
enjoyed by our spring track men. 





There must be an easier way! Bill Schleiff 



Shall we dance? Bob Traknis 




Happy landing! Art Bugbee Here comes Pete! Pete Shinney 



135 



WITH A CRACK 



OF THE BAT 



Defensive consistency was the principal 
aim of Weymouth High School's base- 
ball team this season. Good fielding is 
the backbone of any baseball team, 
and with a strong nucleus returning 
from last year's squad, Coach George 
Player fielded a much- improved squad. 
The shortstop position was greatly 
strengthened by the above-average play 
of Senior Jim Stohl. Blinding the op- 
position with his whizzing fast-ball, Jun- 



ior John Burns ranked as the number 
one pitcher, backed up by Senior Craig 
MacDonald, who last year successfully 
overpowered an undefeated Newton 
club. Dick Boyd provided the offensive 
punch assisted by the capable Bill 
Foley. Other boys who played an im- 
portant role in the success of the club 
were: Cliff Willy, Charlie Melanson, 
Colin Bell and Mike De Luca. 




Charlie at your service! Charlie Melanson 

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Louie — ready for a catch. Louis Taylor 



137 



THEY'RE UP TO PAR 



A challenge was presented to this year's 
golf team, coached by John Fisher, as 
they endeavored to meet the record of 
last year's championship. Emphasis 
was placed on developing their co- 
ordination and timing, and furthering 
their mastery of golf technique. Each 
boy was required to maintain a high 
standard of playing form and an aver- 
age score of eighty. Contributing to 
the team's excellent record were players 
such as Norm Forsythe, Ken Ohlson, 
Steve Marshall, Chris Hartley and 
Charlie Lowe. With patience and skill 
the boys have completed another suc- 
cessful season, certainly maintaining 
the reputation gained by the previous 
efforts of last year's team. 




Norm Forsythe, Steve Marsha 



Chris 



Ken 



Bob 






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Good Sports ( left to right): Howard Barnhart, Dave Johnson, Paul Cameron, Bob Paone. 

THE RAQUET SQUAD 



With the ever increasing interest in ten- 
nis as a spectator sport, Weymouth 
High School's Tennis Team has enjoy- 
ed an interval of vitality unequaled in 
its short history — thanks to Mr. 
Dempsey, whose unflagging interest 
and excellent instruction have main- 
tained a high level of enthusiasm 
among the members of the group. Sev- 
eral boys who had played in previous 
years returned to again score points, 
and enjoy once more the thrill and ex- 
citement which are a part of the sport. 
David Johnson, Howard Barnhart, 
Robert Paone, Paul Cameron and Dean 
Cushing, all fine players, have all dis- 
played their skill for at least two years 
consecutively. Because of its growing 
prominence as a part of interscholastic 
competition, the team expects to en- 
large its program in the coming year. 



If you miss. . . Howard Barnhart, Dave Johnson 




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Top: Nancy LaCrosse, Pamela Seymour, Cindy Shober, Joyce Harrington, Carolyn Back, Janice Stevens. 
Bottom: Joanne O'Keefe, Lorraine Flanagan, Carlyn Miller, Kathy Dutson, Sally Nisbet, Ann Curran. 



ALLEY-OOP 




Form and grace have been the goals of 
the gymnastic team in their second year 
of practice. Each girl has come to real- 
ize the importance of taking part in an 
organized program of exercise and tum- 
bling and of learning how to apply her 
skills in daily life. At a planned pace, 
the girls gradually become accustomed 
to the vigorous practice sessions while 
developing both co-ordination and agil- 
ity. One excellent example of the value 
and importance of such a program is 
the participation in gymnastic meets 
every season. The competition serves 
as an incentive to the girls as they do 
walkovers, flips, backbends, and som- 
ersaults; and it also reveals the success- 
ful results of a year's work through 
teamwork and co-operation. 



Don't move, Girls! 



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Top: Brian Pickering, Dave Daniel, Steve Nelson, Ed Mahn, Roland Beatty, Dan Mullen, Pat Power. 

Middle: Bill Watson, Al Karstunen, Steve Johnson, Bob Widdop, Paul Cordeiro, Ray David. 

Bottom: Jim Shallow, Bruce McGunnigle, Phil Sammer, John Lancaster, Jim Begley, Jack Daniel, Rick King. 



Originating this year under the direc- 
ticrn of Mr. Hayes, the boy's gym team 
is preparing for possible interscholastic 
competition next year. This is a monu- 
mental task since there is no one on the 
team with prior experience. However, 
the response was enthusiastic, and Mr. 
Hayes is very optimistic about its fu- 
ture. Outfitted with the best equipment 
in the new gym, the boys have practiced 
many new stunts. The rigorous pro- 
gram includes the use of the high bar, 
the horse and parallel bars, as well as 
long horse vaulting and tumbling. Also 
incorporated in the over-all physical 
development program is free exercise. 
This is comprised of tumbling on the 
floor and vigorous workouts. 




Point Those Toes! Bruce McGunnigle I'm a nonconformist. Jimmy Shallow 



ACTIVITIES: 
PROGRESS 

THROUGH PARTICIPATION 



LESSONS IN DEMOCRACY 




Essential to the functioning of the student 
body is the Student Council. Composed 
of elected representatives of the school, 
this organization is the liaison between 
students and administration. Among 
the successful activities conducted this 
year were the annual book fair, the stu- 
dent-faculty basketball game, and the 
''Friendship Frolic." the proceeds of each 
affair going to the scholarship fund. 
With cafeteria facilities for all students, it 
was found that a patrol was necessary 
to keep order and neatness in the cafe- 
teria. To build better relations with other 
high schools, exchange days were held, 
where student council members of other 
schools were guests of Weymouth while 
our members visited their schools. Cred- 
it is due to the adviser Mr. Horrigan 
and the officers. President Bob Leone. 
Vice President Bob Huntington. Record- 
ing Secretary Paula Kachadorian. Cor- 
responding Secretary Karen Gelotte. 
and Treasurer Pam Peterson for their 
leadership. 



Norman Forsythe. Mr. Horrigan. Mary Rose Allen 




Representatives in leadership 



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Stephen Butler, Lois Ryder, Co-Editors 



The Reflector, as our school magazine, 
has become a melting pot for the literary- 
talents of Weymouth High School. 
Through this magazine, advised by Miss 
Andem and co-editors Lois Ryder and 
Stephen Buder, students are able to ex- 
press themselves creatively and to gain 
satisfaction through seeing their work in 
print. Amidst the confusion and dis- 
order of deadlines, proofreading, writ- 
ing, mailing, and layout come the is- 
sues which have consistendy won a- 
wards for excellence. The art staff car- 
ries out the important function of illus- 
trating the magazine. Each article is 
illustrated individually by a capable 
member of the staff. Thus literary and 
artistic efforts are co-ordinated so that 
the end product may be both enjoyable 
to the reader and worthy of merit in the 
eyes of the school. 






Meet the junior members. 



LOOKING FORWARD, 

LOOKING BACK 



Seeking final approval: Lois Ryder, 

Miss Andem, Douglas Muir, Stephen Buder 




CAMPUS MAKES HISTORY 

- OURS! 




"What I say goes, Rosie." Mary Rose Allen, Mr. Kearney The artists confer Mr. Dolan, Judy McGunnigle 




A rose between two thorns: Joanne O'Neil, Mary Rose Allen, David Perry 




Another deadline, another long day. 



As the graduating class reflect upon 
their high school years, they recall many 
memorable moments. These are the ac- 
tivities participated in, the courses strug- 
gled through, the friendships gained, and 
all the small, simple events which com- 
bine to form treasured memories never 
to be forgotten. Although these recollec- 
tions may tend to fade in their minds as 
the years slip by, they are kept alive 
forever in the class yearbook. This 
memento, the Campus, represents the 
combined efforts of Mr. John Kearney, 
Mr. Philip Dolan, and the Campus staff. 
Each phase of production presents new 
challenges and experiences, all of which 
require a sense of responsibility and per- 
severance. From editor-in-chief to copy- 
reader, the tasks are ever-present, each 
presenting its little or gigantic problem, 
resulting in a minor crisis or chaos. The 
most memorable moments of Campus 
work are those of laughter shared by the 
staff, the tears which follow so many 
disappointing and hopeless moments 
and the indefinable sense of belonging 
as a result of contributing to the class. 
These can never be forgotten. These 
memories will remain always in the 
minds and hearts of those who worked 
together to create the 1963 Campus, 
their contribution to the graduating 
class of '63. 




Sports staff: Bette Kelly, Gordon McMaster, Linda Saraceno, Arleen Wight 




HOT D/GGE CAMPUS BUYERS 
T| « c^HAVE80X..w i pCA ,/ 



IDTAVrt 
OVE 



I 





We waged a fine campaign: Connie Auld, Linda Gaudreau, Barbara Manning, Sonja 
Mclntire 



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". . .and what's your pet peeve?" Debbie O'Neill, Margaret Mitchell. Linda Stetson, Lynn 
Richmond 




Campus' Smiling Secretaries, standing: Betty Jerpi, Lucy Sachetti, Barbara O'Brien. Seated: Mary 
Ellen Bacon, Gail Pierce 



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Literary Staff: Janet Karcz, Reggie Clarke, Peggy Sherry, Carolyn Robinson 





Making notebooks for the Children's Hospital 



EDUCATION'S FUTURE 



Education is necessary for the develop- 
ment of the minds of our youth, and 
well-trained, understanding teachers are 
essential for this process. Many students 
who aspire to the teaching profession 
participate in Weymouth High's Chap- 
ter of the Future Teachers of America 
and benefit from the many activities of- 
fered by the organization Advised by 
Miss Dorothy Pearson, members learn 



that teaching is hard work, constant re- 
sponsibility, and a source of great re- 
ward. Through actual observations and 
practice teaching, the students are able 
to see and to understand the fundamen- 
tals necessary for successful instruction. 
This year's program, led by Pres. 
Regina Clarke, was considerably broad- 
ened to include a mother's tea and bi- 
monthly meetings. 





Don't you spell it with a "k"? 
Regina Clarke, Margaret Mitchell 



Future Teachers: Miss Pearson, Adviser, Judy McVinney, Jean Birtwell, 
Ruth DiLorenzo, Regina Clarke, Jane Cobbett, and Diane Huebener 



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It doesn't even hurt! Mrs. Doyle, Adviser 



DAUGHTERS OF HYGEIA 



The nursing profession, one of the most 
honored and necessary careers, is the 
goal of many Weymouth High School 
girls. The desires for giving service and 
love to fellow man, which are so needed 
in this phase of the medical sciences, is 
strengthened through the activities of the 
Future Nurses Club of America. Since 
many of the members are eagerly anti- 
cipating going into training and have 
many questions about this exciting fu- 
ture, much of the program centers about 
investigating the opportunities and ad- 
ventures open to the girls. This investi- 
gation is in the form of field trips, guest 
speakers and information given to the 
girls by their adviser, Mrs. MaryHoyle, 
R.N. With their background in the 
Future Nurses Club under the leadership 
of President Dianne Cameron, the future 
nurses from Weymouth High will certain- 
ly be creditable assets to the community. 




What teamwork! 




Who'd mind being sick with nurses like these? 



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We forgot the paper! 




TAKE A LETTER. 



Ready to start 




The secretarial position is one of the 
most numerous and yet one of the most 
responsible careers available to a girl. 
In preparation for the responsibilities of 
this occupation, Weymouth High has a 
program for senior girls outstanding in 
the business course. These girls act as 
personal secretaries to staff and faculty 
members. They assume the burden of 
typing and mimeographing educational 
materials and help in correspondence 
and business tasks. It is an honor for a 
girl to be chosen by Miss Norris as a 
senior secretary. Each one realizes that 
she must do her work neatly and accu- 
rately, and it is imperative for her to 
keep all work confidential. In this way, 
the secretary acquires more practice in 
the business skills, as well as a sense of 
the responsibilities and confidence she 
must assume once she enters into the 
professional world. 



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F.B.L.A. Officers, standing: Anne Samson, Anita Russo, Joyce Lockwood, Miss MacGregor. 
Fucci, Judy vonBerg, Patricia Navicky 



Seated: Donna 



EXECUTIVES OF TOMORROW 



Responsible for the maintenance of the 
American economic system are the peo- 
ple skilled in business procedures. In 
order to meet the needs of our fast- 
moving business world, well-qualified 
and conscientious persons are required 
to fill positions at every level of responsi- 
bility and proficiency. This club pro- 
vides its members with interesting and 
varied programs, each with the purpose 
of further acquainting the members with 
the future positions they will be holding. 
President Judith von Berg and Miss 



Dorothy MacGregor, Adviser, devised 
a most rewarding program for the mem- 
bers. The activities included field trips 
to John Hancock Life Insurance Co., 
Fisher Junior College and Burdettjunior 
College. Representatives from Burdett, 
Katherine Gibbs and the Social Security 
office in Boston spoke on the opportuni- 
ties their institutions offer. As an added 
activity to make the girls realize the val- 
ue of money, the sale of cookbooks. 
Weymouth pins and bracelet charms 
was conducted throughout the year. 




Do you want to buy a cookbook? 



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Esta es Espana!: Mr. Cotugno, Christina Moreira, Roberto Moreira, Mr. Sternberg 



<!HABLA USTED ESPANOL? 




Newly organized this year is the Spanish 
Club, which enables interested Spanish 
students to further their education in this 
language. They also study Spain's heri- 
tage in an informed manner. Mr. Stern- 
berg and Mr. Cotugno supervise this 
group which is fortunate to have Chris- 
tina and Roberto Moreira, age 16 and 
15 respectively, as officers. Having 
come from Uruguay this past summer, 
they were more than eager to join a club 
which brings the students of Weymouth 
a better understanding of their language. 
Both took courses in English, Spanish 
and typewriting to help them in under- 
standing our language. They had stud- 
ied English less than a year before com- 
ing to the United States. Buena Suerte! 
to these new Americans! The Spanish 
Club has definitely begun with a genuine 
Spanish flavor with our two new 
students. 



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Boy, that's a tough one! Russell Knights, Paul Mc Laughlin, Dorothy Loud, Mr. Raymond, 
Robert Leone, and Kenneth Nicholas 



MATHEMAGICIANS 






The answer is right here! Donald Casperson, Barbara Fairbanks, Linda Durkee, 
Robert Whitde, Kenneth Nicholas, Susan Fickett, and Adrian Eckberg 



Dan Walker — explaining linear programming 



Adding to and multiplying its member- 
ship this year, the Math Club is growing 
under the leadership of Mr. Alvah Ray- 
mond, adviser, and President Bob 
Leone. This unique club affords students 
interested and capable in mathematics 
opportunities to delve into the aspects of 
the subject not taken up in the class- 
rooms. Included in the program are 
such topics as linear programming, 
rules of divisibility and problems rela- 
ting to space travel. Acting as a subset 



of the Math Club is the Math Team. 
Sophomores, Rebecca Hamlin and Don 
Casperson; juniors, Barbara Fairbanks. 
Linda Durkee and Bob Whittle; and sen- 
iors, Susan Fickett, Ted Eckberg and 
Ken Nicholas, were chosen for this 
group to represent Weymouth High. 
These students participate in inter-schol- 
astic competitions. Our team came up 
with an excellent record in their first 
year of competition. 




Douglas Muir-Chairman, Corinne Auld-Sec't, Lois Ryder 



Mrs. Dorothy Magraw, Adviser 



SCHOOL SPIRIT IN ACTION 




An organization which has gained uni- 
versal admiration and respect from citi- 
zens throughout the community is the 
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Com- 
mittee. This year's program placed 
much emphasis on the theme "School 
Spirit." In order to keep the students 
well-informed, the committee took charge 
of the bulletin boards outside the cafete- 
ria and changed them every week. A 
more efficient procedure for electing class 
officers was developed, and discussions 
were held concerning the general im- 
provement of school spirit. The final 
project and the most enterprising of the 
year was a volunteer service program 
covering three areas. These included 
helping the blind, aiding in nursing 
homes and in hospitals, and tutoring 
Weymouth High School students, all of 
which were enthusiastically supported by 
the members. 



Campaigners for school spirit 



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KEYS TO CITIZENSHIP 

Keys to public service, vocational train- 
ing for the future, and better citizenship 
are within the reach of every member of 
Weymouth High School's Key Club. 
Composed largely of Seniors, this com- 
munity service organization sponsored 
by the Kiwanis Club is active in the 
school and town. The activities conduc- 
ted during the year under President Steve 
Butler's direction included "slave days," 
car washes, dances, and paper drives, 
the proceeds of which went into a schol- 
arship fund. Because of its outstanding 
service, the Weymouth High School 
chapter of the Key Club was presented 
an award from Key Club International, 
the first award of its kind to be presented 
to a Weymouth High School organiza- 
tion. Such functions performed for the 
benefit of others broaden horizons and 
aid the boys of the Key Club by giving 
them experiences as both leaders and 
followers. Mr. Swanson and Mr. Olson 
have given to these students an invalu- 
able opportunity to prove to themselves 
and others their capabilities as future 
members of a community. 





"Who said that?" Stephen Butler, Mr. Swanson, Clifford Willy 



Russell Knights - Treasurer, Stephen Butler - President, Daniel Walker - Secretary 



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JUST CAUSE FOR ARGUMENT 



To argue for the sake of argument is 
one thing, but to debate to prove a point 
is another. The Weymouth High Debate 
Club develops this ability to prove a 
point either in the affirmative or nega- 
tive. This year, the team participated in 
contests and speech festivals, and made 
an excellent presentation at all events. 
The club logged many miles as it travel- 
ed to Dartmouth, University of New 
Hampshire, Lynnfield, Shrewsbury, and 
several local high schools. Jim Dowgi- 
alo, Russ Davison, and Walter Pearson, 
all members of the varsity division, have 
excelled in the art of debating after only 
two years of training. In order to give 
sophomores an extra year of experience, 
Mr. Storms, with the aid of Mr. West, 
inaugurated a novice sophomore debate 
group. These students, too, developed 
the ability to express an idea clearly and 
convincingly. 





BOOK BRIGADE 




Able assistants: Jacqueline Alley, Christine Cormack, Pamela Seymour, Norma Jean 
Larson, Linda Ruge, Signian Matson, Nancy Holt, and Sheila Hanabury 




Monica Karcz, Polly Foster 



In addition to material covered in class- 
room work, much information is gained 
through the resources available in the 
high school library. Ably helping the 
students in their research are the new" li- 
brarians Mrs. Rita Diment and Miss 
Fay, and their many student assistants. 
This year of changes for Weymouth 
High saw many exciting changes for the 
library. In addition to completely new 
surroundings, a thousand new books 
were added to the shelves and new edi- 
tions of reference books were made avail- 
able to the students. The library assist- 
ants were given the tasks of unpacking, 
processing, covering and shelving these 
new books. Although these were time- 
consuming responsibilities, they were en- 
grossing, and no one complained of not 
being able to read the international time 
clock. 



Miss Fay, Mrs. Diment, Janet Carlson, Mary Lou Glynn 





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Edward Mahn selects today's movies. 



Hurry! It's time to show it! Stephen Adams, Edward 
Mahn 



FILMS IN FOCUS 



It works like this. David Lindsay, Peter Young, John Minihan 




162 



As the film begins to roll and the lights 
go out, one of thirty licensed classroom 
operators of the Audio-Visual Aids Club 
begins a service that is rendered to teach- 
ers daily. While assisting faculty, these 
cameramen of the future are learning the 
intricate mechanisms of tape recorders, 
film projectors, and other reproductive 
equipment. The members of this club 
are boys who have a technical interest in 
sound, motion, and photography. They 
are presented the opportunity to talk 
with and learn from trained persons in 
this field and to broaden theirknowledge 
of other positions and fields that are 
available. As a further example of 
progress in education, a new program 
has been inaugurated into the Audio- 
Visual Aids Department — closed circuit 
television. 




Richard McLaughlin, Ken Nicholas, Wally Swanson, Douglas Muir 

Marcus Darr, Russell Davison, Mr. Ghiorse, Walter Swanson 




ASSISTANTS IN SCIENCE 



Bob Donovan, Ted Ekberg, Ken Nicholas 




Under the supervision of Mr. Ghiorse, 
Weymouth High School's lab assistants 
assume the responsibility for the orderly 
condition of the science laboratories. 
Led by Kenneth Nicholas, a top physics 
student, a crew of about eight bovs set 
up and co-ordinate laboratory equip- 
ment to coincide with the weekly lab pe- 
riods. They keep much of the machinery 
in working condition and check defective 
or broken gear. This machinery, in- 
volved with heat, light, sound, and elec- 
tricity offers a complete and comprehen- 
sive account of the working of the sci- 
ences. This year's major project was the 
transporting of equipment from the old 
high school, which involved keeping an 
accurate inventory' of all equipment, plus 
the unpacking and assembling of the 
Omega Enlarger, the heart of our newly 
constructed photography dark room. 



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Only a wish away: Richard Crosby. Anthony Duguay 



EARNING WHILE LEARNING 

Providing the retail course students with 
an extra-curricular activity related to 
their subjects is the Distributive Educa- 
tion Club of America. This national or- 
ganization of over thirty thousand mem- 
bers is divided into state chapters and 
local clubs. The Weymouth Club is 
composed of the fourteen members of the 
distributive education course. The ma- 
jor activity this year was the sale of 
"fried marbles." The money raised 
through this activity provided expense 
paid trips for student representatives to 
the state and national conventions. Oth- 
er activities planned by Mrs. Doucette 
and organized by President Pam Sel- 
wood were discussions on retail selling, 
demonstrations of effective displays, and 
field trips. 



Oh, you beautiful dolls! Pam Selwood, Sandra Stetina, Janice Brackesy 




TALENT WITH A PURPOSE 




Artists on parade. Standing: David Marzioni, CecilMeacham, 
Donald Cassagrande. Kneeling: Anne Finch, Susan Crawford 



To speak well is to promote understand- 
ing. The students of Weymouth High 
participated in district and state speech 
festivals, reciting poetry and humorous 
or serious verse, speaking extempora- 
neously, and reading expressively. 
Through their experiences, the students 
gained a wider perspective and, thus, 
promoted understanding in the various 
techniques of speech. 



Off to the U.N.! Robert Whitde, Kenneth Nicholas, John 
Murray, Paul McLaughlin, Roger Hanson 




To hear the lark begin his flight, 
And singing startle the dull night, 
From his watch-tower in the skies, 
Till the dappled dawn doth rise; 

The above excerpt from "L'Allegro" was 
artistically expressed by all interested 
students in a contest sponsored jointlv 
by Mr. Longridge and Mr. Dolan. The 
winners, Cecil Meacham, David Marzi- 
oni, Anne Finch, Susan Crawford, and 
Donald Cassagrande, were awarded 
tickets to the South Shore Music Circus. 




Declamation Contestants. Standing: John Bleaknev, Dolores 
Lane, Suzanne Bailey, Cheryl Pendergast, Linda Brenner. Ralph 
Eastmen. Seated: Judy McViney, Linda Jamison, Lee Rvder. 
and Linda Carlson 



The outlook for peace, freedom, and 
progress in the world of tomorrow de- 
pends heavily on informed, experienced 
leadership. Because the United Nations 
is working toward these goals, it is vital 
that young people are aware of its func- 
tions. The East Coast Model United 
Nations Conference is an opportunity 
for eight hundred students from East 
Coast high schools to act as delegates 
to a mock United Nations. 



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THE SOUND OF MUSIC 




Stringing along with Mr. Burke 



Oh, those high notes!: The W.H.S. Chorale 



Music is a source of pleasure for people 
of all ages; it can catch one up in the ex- 
citement of a parade or give hours of 
enjoyment to a listening audience with 
the soft strains of an orchestra or the 
harmony of a choral group. The Music 
Department of Weymouth High School 
has given this same enjoyment to stu- 
dents and townspeople as it carries out 
an organized program of music rehear- 
sals and performances each year. Com- 
prised of stringed instruments this year, 
the orchestra hopes to grow with the ad- 
dition next year of the brass and wood- 
wind instruments. The musicians of the 
Band concentrate their major efforts in 
preparing for graduation, football 
games and parades which not only bring 
recognition to the school, but afford par- 
ticipants opportunities to prove their abil- 
ities as they try out for district and New 
England honors. Honors this year went 
to Priscilla Hodges, Bruce Manuel and 
Dave Leone who made District, All-State, 
and New England Competitions; Wil- 
liam Hodgens, Russell Dexter, and Mar- 
ian Fredericks, all of whom were contest- 
ants in the New England Regional Com- 
petitions. The instruction of Mr. Burke, 
Mr. Warren and Mr. Aliapoulis has in- 
deed reaped rewards for both the stu- 
dents and the school. 



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Fearless Pep Club leaders: Debbie O'Neill-Vice Pres., Linda Gaudreau-Pres., Mary Jo Johnson-Sec.-Treas., 
Joanne O'Neil-Publicity Chairman 



RALLY ROUSERS 




Ready for a big game. 




Part of the excitement and color of 
athletic events is the cheering section. 
Fortunately for Weymouth High, there 
is a very active Pep Club which enthusi- 
astically backs up the cheerleaders at 
every football game, at home and away. 
Not believing in the saying, "Children 
should be seen and not heard," this 
year's Pep Club cheered loud and long 
in their bright maroon sweatshirts. 
Cheering the loudest was President Linda 
Gaudreau, who conducted weekly busi- 
ness meetings during the football season. 
Because the Pep Club did such a fine job 
and made a good showing at the games, 
it was provided with a reserved section 
at the all-important Thanksgiving foot- 
ball game. It cannot be doubted that 
Weymouth's improved record this year 
was due in part to the efforts of this club. 
Without the enthusiastic encouragement 
from the stands, our boys could not 
have gone on to victory. The enthusi- 
asm and spirit displayed by this year's 
edition of the Pep Club certainly augers 
well for many seasons to come of suc- 
cessful student participation in sports. 



Give me a " W"! 



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Mr. Beck on a drive Now where's that basket? 



WHO SAYS THEY'RE OLD? 



In cooperation with the Student Council, 
a group of the men faculty of Weymouth 
High played the varsity basketball team 
again this year for the benefit of its 
Scholarship Fund. Teachers participa- 
ting included: Mr. Powers, Mr. Beck, 
Mr. Kearney, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Play- 
er, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Kearns, Mr. 
Carven, Mr. West, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. 
Di Martinis, Mr. Dempsey, Mr. Ghiorse, 
as scorekeeper and Mr. Mazzola as ref- 
eree. Supporting them, were a group of 
enthusiastic cheerleaders: Jeanne Wood, 
Elaine Slavinsky, Lorraine Emanuel, 
Joanne O'Neil, Linda Stetson, Joan Gef- 
fers, Linda Saraceno, Marge Santacroce, 
and Mary Lou Lyons as water girl. This 
combination of youth and age, student 
and Faculty, produced a game which 
illustrated good sportsmanship and help- 
ed create better teacher- student relation- 
ship through old-fashioned fun and rec- 
reation. 




Remember, son, I'm a teacher! 



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busy as Copy Editor of Campus, Student Coun- 
cil corresponding secretary, member of Peter Crossman: Prominent as winner of Vocational School Award, 
J.M.S.V.C., Class Marshal member of Student Government, Open House participant and Office 

Guide 



CREAM OF THE CROP 




Lois Ryder. Resourceful and willing as 
Editor-in-Chief of Reflector; exemplify- 
ing dependability as member of 
J.M.S.V.C. 



Integrity and intellectual growth are the 
essential qualities forming the character 
of a good citizen. It is the goal of every 
school system to encourage the develop- 
ment of the kind of individual who is 
representative of such a citizen. Wey- 
mouth High School is proud to acknowl- 
edge these eleven students as representa- 
tives of the following attributes: leader- 
ship, citizenship, integrity, responsibilitv. 
and sportsmanship. They exemplify the 
high standard of achievement and ac- 
complishment of the senior class of 
1963. Thev have proved themselves 
worthy of this honor as thev have work- 
ed willingly and responsibly in every 
phase of activity and course they have 
participated in. 




Corrine Auld: Participated in Campus 
sales and the Senior Class Play, pro- 
moted school spirit as a cheerleader, 
and served as secretary of J.M.S.V.C. 



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Mary Rose Allen: Studious, friendly, and active as Editor-in-Chief of 
Campus, Vice-President of Senior Class and member of Student Council 



Warren Smith: A faithful and extremely 
talented participant in band, orchestra, 
and chorus 





J. Elaine McClung: Our smiling Senior 
Class Treasurer, Captain of the cheer- 
leaders and member of the Student 
Council 




Joel Ouellet: Joel's athletic ability has made him 
recipient of the Oscar Horton trophy, named to 
Globe all-scholastic football team, placed third 
in New England wresding meet 




Alfred Loukola: Outstanding in the cabinet mak- 
ing course, a Student Council representative. 
Senior Party Committee member and Office 
Guide 




Claire Bonvie: Brought honors to Wevmouth 
as winner of the Aquinas typewriting contest, a 
high honor student and secretary to Mrs 
Thomas 



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IN MEMORIAM 



When Earth's last picture is painted, 
and the tubes are twisted and 
dried, 

When the oldest colors have faded, 
and the youngest critic has died, 

We shall rest, and, faith, we shall need 
it— lie down for an eon or two, 

Till the Master of All Good Workmen 
shall set us to work anew! 



And those that were good shall be 
happy: they shall sit in a golden 
chair, 

They shall splash at a ten-league can- 
vas with brushes of comet's hair, 

They shall find real saints to draw 
from— Magdalene, Peter, and 
Paul; 

They shall work for an age at a sitting 
and never be tired at all! 




MR. WALDO H. SWAN 




And only the Master shall praise us, 

and only the Master shall blame; 
And no one shall work for monev. and 

no one shall work for fame; 
But each for the joy of the working, 

and each, in his separate star 
Shall draw the Thing as he sees It for 

the God of Things as They are! 

L 'Envoi — Kipling 



ARTHUR GRIFFIN 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



We. the staff of the 1963 Campus, wish 
to express our sincerest gratitude to those 
people who helped and showed us their 
kindness in so many ways during the 
production of our yearbook. To John 
and Madeline Hobbs, we especially want 
to reveal our deepest thanks for the ex- 
ceptional help they have accorded us in 
the course of the year. To Doug Mitchell 
of Burdett and Company and Art Keefe 



of S. K. Smith Co., we would also like 
to extend our profound thanks for their 
unfaltering patience and advice which 
contributed so much to the completion 
of the yearbook. Also, in recognition of 
the contributions and cooperation given 
by the administration, faculty and sec- 
retaries we take this opportunity to ex- 
tend heartfelt gratitude on behalf of the 
entire class. 



1963 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief: 

Mary Rose Allen 

Assistant Editors: 
Joanne O'Neil 
David Perry 

Literary Editor 

Regina Clarke 

Senior Co-Editors: 

Margaret Mitchell 
Linda Stetson 



Janet Kara, Carolyn Robinson, Sonja Mclntire, Margaret Sherry, Betty Kelly 



Deborah O'Neill, Barbara Manning, Lynn Richmond, Patricia Dingwall, 
Richard Parker 



Feature Co-Editors: 
Janet Carlson 
Elaine Slavinsky 

Photograph Editor: 
Leonice Cordeiro 

Sports Co-Editors: 
Linda Saraceno 
Gordon McM aster 

Copy Editor: 

Karen Gelotte 

Sales Manager 

Linda Gaudreau 



Ingrid Drake, Linda Broadford 



Kathleen McElroy 



Beverly Spillane, Arleen Wight 



Linda Badavas, Lorraine Emanuel, Marge Santacroce, Pamela Seymour 



Art Editor: 

Judy McGunnigle 

Campus Chief Secretary: 
Gail Pierce 



Joyce Gardner, Maureen Quilty, Gail Cosman, Kathy Raftery, Ann Dolber 



Mary Ellen Bacon, Barbara O'Brien, Betty Jerpi, Bette Belcher, Lucille Sachetti, 
Edwina Bolen 



INDEX 



Acknowledgments 


175 


Gym Teams 


140,141 


Administration 


18,19 


Hockey 


128,129 


Art 


165 


Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee 


158 


Audio Visual Club 


162 


Juniors 


100,101 


Band 


166-169 


Key Club 


159 


Baseball 


136,137 


Lab Assistants 


163 


Basketball 


126,127 


Library Club 


161 


Business Course 


108-111 


Math Club 


157 


Campus 


148-151 


Memoriam 


174 


Cheerleaders 


1 19 


Orchestra 


166-169 


Chorus 


166-169 


Outstanding Seniors 


172,173 


f\ i i \ nr. 

Llass Officers 


38 


Pep Club 


170 


College Course 


104-107 


Photographic Tour 


8-15 


Crosscountry 


124,125 


Reflector 


146,147 


Debate Club 


160 


Senior Secretaries 


155 


Declamation 


1 CLZ. 

165 


Seniors 


102,103 


Dedication 


6,7 


Sophomores 


98,99 


Distributive Education 


111 


Spanish Club 


156 


Distributive Education Club of America 


164 


Spring Track 


134,135 


Drum Majorettes 


118 


Staff 


30-35 


Faculty 


20-31 


Student Council 


144,145 


Football 


120-123 


Tennis 


138 


Future Business Leaders of America 


154 


Theme 


1 


Future Nurses 


153 


U. N. 


165 


Future Teachers 


152 


Vocational Course 


112-115 


Golf 


139 


Winter Track 


130,131 


Graduates 


36-95 


Wresding 


132,133 



burdette & company, inc. 



176 




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